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Coronavirus update: Zambia, Ivory Coast and Malawi

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Coronavirus numbers keep changing in Africa where more than 6200 people have now died and more than 233000 have contracted the virus, according to the latest data from the Africa Center for Disease Control (CDC).

In Ivory Coast, there were 236 new confirmed cases reported on Sunday, 108 recoveries and no new death.

So far, 5084 people have contracted the virus, 2505 of them have recovered and 45 people have died, according to the latest data released by the government.

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In Zambia,.1358 people have contracted the coronavirus, 1122 have recovered and 11 people have died, leaving the country with only 225 active cases.

Malawi reported 22 new confirmed cases on Sunday with no new death. In all, 547 people have contracted the virus, 69 people have recovered and six have died.

The government said it had conducted 8351 tests.

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