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 On Monday, Burundi affirmed that one coronavirus case was passed away in the nation.

Jean Bosco Girukwishaka, the Health Ministry’s spokesman emphasized on Twitter platform, “One person, who had tested positive for COVID-19 and who was under intensive medical care at Kira Hospital, died on Sunday, April 12, due to complications caused by associated pathologies.”

On Saturday, Health Minister Thaddee Ndikumana informed reporters that on Friday health officials affirmed the existing of two new coronavirus cases in the country, increasing the total number of infected people in the nation to 5.

On Monday, the Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention affirmed that as many as 1,894 new coronavirus cases were registered across the African continent over the past day, increasing the total number of infected people in Africa to 14,744.

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