COVID-19 in Cote d'Ivoire

Cote d'Ivoire // 22 September, 2020

At least 19,327 cases of COVID-19 and 120 deaths have been confirmed. See the Ministry of Health Facebook page here.

Status: Decreasing activity

22 September: The country has moved from "Increasing activity" to "Decreasing activity" now. 

17 September: Additional cases reported with a decrease of 52 percent since the last week. More than 18,200 people have recovered.

7 September: Cases have continue to increase, and this country has moved into Increasing Activity.

2 September: More cases have been reported since the last update. An increase in 31 percent has been noted. More than 16,900 cases have recovered.

5 August: A slight decline in cases have been reported. A total of 16,349 cases with 103 cases confirmed so far. A state of emergency is in effect through 31 August.

23 July: High case activity continues in the country. Total case count on 21 July is at 14,531 cases of which at least 60 percent have recovered. 93 deaths have been reported. About 1.3 percent of the infected cases are in health care workers.

16 July: Around 3,500 cases have been reported over the past two weeks. The outbreak continues to increase.

3 July: At least 3,500 new cases have been reported since 20 June. The COVID-19 outbreak is ongoing.

20 June: Over the last 2 weeks cases have doubled and cases have now passed 6,000.

27 May: At least 368 new cases and three deaths have been confirmed taking the total to 2,477 and 30 deaths.

20 May: Cases continue to increase, bringing the total to over 2,000 cases.

5 May: At least 34 new cases have been reported since the previous day, bringing the total to 1,432 cases.

26 April: Additional cases reported resulting in a total of 1,150 cases and 14 deaths.

21 April: Cases continue to increase, bringing the total to 847.

26 March: More cases have been confirmed, resulting in a total of 72 cases.

24 March: More cases have been reported, bringing the total number of cases to 25.

17 March: Four additional cases have been reported, resulting in a total of five confirmed cases in Ivory Coast. One of the new cases has no history of travel or known links to previously confirmed cases.

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