The World Health Organization said Africa is facing a third wave of COVID-19.
WHO said cases have risen for five consecutive weeks, with 474,000 new cases since June 20. The increase indicates a more rapid spread than the continent’s second wave, which started at the beginning of the year, the organization said.
WHO blames “weak observance of public health measures, increased social interaction and movement, as well as the spread of variants” for the new wave.
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