Since the start of the outbreak the World Health Organization (WHO) has been supporting African governments with early detection by providing thousands of COVID-19 testing kits to countries, training dozens of health workers and strengthening surveillance in communities. Forty-seven countries in the WHO African region can now test for COVID-19. At the start of the outbreak only two could do so. WHO COVID-19 Strategic Preparedness and Response Status

WHO Situation Reports

WHO AFRO Situation Reports 

4 September 2020, Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) Weekly Operational Update

1 September 2020, Africa CDC Outbreak Brief Number 33: COVID-19 Pandemic

2 September 2020, Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) WHO Afro Update – 27

Official Country Websites for COVID-19

CountryCOVID-19 Website
Ethiopia ww.ephi.gov.et/index.php/public-health-emergency/novel-corona-virus-update
Kenyawww.health.go.ke
Ghanawww.ghanahealthservice.org/covid19
Nigeriacovid19.ncdc.gov.ng
Moroccowww.covidmaroc.ma
South Africa sacoronavirus.co.za
South Africa – National Institute for Communicable Diseases www.nicd.ac.za
Senegalwww.sante.gouv.sn
Tunisia coronavirus.rns.tn
Zimbabwewww.mohcc.gov.zw

Updated 07 September 2020