Stella Dimoko First Coronavirus Death In Africa Recorded In Egypt


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Monday, March 09, 2020

First Coronavirus Death In Africa Recorded In Egypt

A 60-year-old German tourist diagnosed with Coronavirus who arrived Egypt a week ago and was being treated for the virus in the country is the first fatality to be recorded in Africa.

The German whose breathing was affected by “acute pneumonia” died after refusing to be transferred to an isolation ward AFP news agency reports.

On Saturday Egypt’s ministry of health announced that there were 45 new cases of coronavirus involving travellers who were in a cruise ship, bringing the total to 48.

The ship was quarantined and the infected people were moved to an isolation facility in the north of the country.


  1. Sorry Pharaoh land
    Let me tell you that most of these Nigerian celebs posting pictures from abroad are in Nigeria at this time. They feed you with what they want you to believe. Nobody want to go and die of corona

  2. This is getting serious and scary. Thought some news have it that its cure has been found.

    1. It is scary but you wish the Italian in Nigeria died for you and your PDP sympathizers to believe it is real and stop spreading rumors that the government want to loot and no one is in Isolated center in YABA.

  3. Didn't I read one time here that chloroquine cures this?

  4. Most countries recording causes of the virus are happy when they test positive. It’s easier to deal with the people when the tests come out that way. Most of them that are dying are those not detected early enough and also very the elderly.


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