COVID-19 in Madagascar

Madagascar // 30 June, 2020

At least 2,078 cases and 18 deaths : Local transmission detected

See the latest news items below, and the Government COVID-19 website and the Ministry of Health COVID-19 cases.

30 June: New cases continue to be reported. The WHO is reporting 944 cases have recovered.

15 June: The total number of cases have crossed the 1000-mark.

28 May: Additional 180 cases reported in past 10 days.

18 May: The first death has been reported. More than 5,000 tests have been conducted, and over 100 people have recovered.

12 May: An increase of about 60 cases have been reported since the last update. Media sources report that a herbal tea called "Covid-Organic' was developed by the Madagascar Institute of Applied Research and distributed among soldiers for strengthening immunity.

2 May: A total of 132 cases have been confirmed in Madagascar. There are no deaths reported and 94 people have recovered. A State of Health Emergency was extended on 17 April, upholding bans on public events, closure of schools, universities, churches and public spaces. A nightly curfew (8pm- 5am) continues.

14 April: More cases reported, resulting in a total of 106 cases.

7 April: The total number of cases has reached 77 in Madagascar.

24 March: More cases have been reported in Madagascar, bringing the total number of cases to 12.

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