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Angola, Eritrea, Uganda confirm first cases as coronavirus spreads in Africa

Reuters Saturday, 21 March 2020
Angola, Eritrea and Uganda confirmed their first cases of coronavirus, while Mauritius recorded its first death as the virus spreads across Africa despite measures by governments to hold it back.
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