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Cameroon reaches peak of second wave of COVID-19 infections

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Health authorities in Cameroon have indicated that the country is recording a decrease in the number of infections following a hard-hit second Coronavirus wave.

 

This according to them signifies that Cameroon has reached the peak of contamination as far as this wave which was more deadly is concerned.

According to statistics as per Thursday April 29, Cameroon stood at 72,250 cases, with a few increase compared to when the country was witnessing the second wave in its debut.

Out of these cases, 64,572 have been healed making a total of 7,678 active cases.

The number of deaths recorded per week has equally reduced. Since the beginning of the pandemic in the country, Cameroon has counted 1,107 deaths so far.

Ahead of a possible third wave already witnessed by European countries, the Prime Minister Head of Government, Chief Dr Joseph Dion Ngute has insisted on active epidemiological surveillance of the pandemic as well as encouraged many to go in for anti-COVID-19 vaccines.



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