Members of a local charity deliver food in the Johannesburg suburb of Vrededorp on Tuesday, as South Africa and many other African countries start feeling the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: AFPMembers of a local charity deliver food in the Johannesburg suburb of Vrededorp on Tuesday, as South Africa and many other African countries start feeling the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: AFP
Members of a local charity deliver food in the Johannesburg suburb of Vrededorp on Tuesday, as South Africa and many other African countries start feeling the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: AFP

Coronavirus: Africa, at first spared, now confronts outbreaks all over the continent

  • Since May 1, South Africa, Nigeria and Ghana have all more than doubled their coronavirus cases
  • ‘Covid-19 could become a fixture in our lives for the next several years unless a proactive approach is taken,’ WHO’s director for Africa said
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Members of a local charity deliver food in the Johannesburg suburb of Vrededorp on Tuesday, as South Africa and many other African countries start feeling the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: AFPMembers of a local charity deliver food in the Johannesburg suburb of Vrededorp on Tuesday, as South Africa and many other African countries start feeling the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: AFP
Members of a local charity deliver food in the Johannesburg suburb of Vrededorp on Tuesday, as South Africa and many other African countries start feeling the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: AFP
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