COVID-19 pandemic in Mayotte

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COVID-19 pandemic in Mayotte
Mayotte covid-2020-05-07.png
Cases per region as of 6 May 2020 (N=529) [1]
Disease COVID-19
Virus strain SARS-CoV-2
Location Mayotte
First outbreak Wuhan, Hubei, China via France
Arrival date13 March 2020
(1 year, 8 months, 2 weeks and 4 days)
Confirmed cases8,231 (as of 29 January) [2]
Recoveredno data
Deaths
61
Government website
mayotte.gouv.fr

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have reached the French overseas department and region of Mayotte on 10 March 2020. On 31 March, the first person died of COVID-19. [3] In late April, the virus was out of control, and actively circulating on the island. [4] On 16 August, Mayotte has been green listed. [5]

Contents

Background

On 12 January 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that a novel coronavirus was the cause of a respiratory illness in a cluster of people in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, which was reported to the WHO on 31 December 2019. [6] [7]

The case fatality ratio for COVID-19 has been much lower than SARS of 2003, [8] [9] but the transmission has been significantly greater, with a significant total death toll. [10] [8]

Timeline

COVID-19 cases in Mayotte  ()
     Deaths        Recoveries        Active cases
2020202020212021
MarMarAprAprMayMayJunJunJulJulAugAugSepSepOctOctNovNovDecDec
JanJan
Last 15 daysLast 15 days
Date
# of cases
# of deaths
2020-03-13
10(n.a.)
1(=)0(n.a.)
2020-03-17
2(+100%)0(n.a.)
2020-03-18
3(+50%)0(n.a.)
2020-03-19
4(+33%)0(n.a.)
2020-03-20
6(+50%)0(n.a.)
2020-03-21
9(+50%)0(n.a.)
2020-03-22
11(+22%)0(n.a.)
2020-03-23
21(+91%)0(n.a.)
2020-03-24
30(+43%)0(n.a.)
2020-03-25
35(+17%)0(n.a.)
2020-03-26
42(+20%)0(n.a.)
2020-03-27
50(+19%)0(n.a.)
2020-03-28
63(+26%)0(n.a.)
2020-03-29
74(+17%)0(n.a.)
2020-03-30
82(+11%)0(n.a.)
2020-03-31
94(+15%)1(n.a.)
2020-04-01
101(+7.4%)1(=)
2020-04-02
116(+15%)2(+100%)
2020-04-03
128(+10%)2(=)
2020-04-04
134(+4.7%)2(=)
2020-04-05
147(+9.7%)2(=)
2020-04-06
164(+6.8%)2(=)
2020-04-07
171(+4.2%)2(=)
2020-04-08
184(+7.6%)2(=)
2020-04-09
186(+1.0%)2(=)
2020-04-10
191(+2.7%)2(=)
2020-04-11
196(+2.6%)3(+50%)
2020-04-12
203(+3.6%)3(=)
2020-04-13
207(+1.9%)3(=)
2020-04-14
217(+4.8%)3(=)
2020-04-15
221(+1.8%)3(=)
2020-04-16
233(+5.4%)3(=)
2020-04-17
245(+5.2%)4(+33%)
2020-04-18
254(+3.6%)4(=)
2020-04-19
271(+6.7%)4(=)
2020-04-20
284(+4.8%)4(=)
2020-04-21
311(+9.5%)4(=)
2020-04-22
326(+4.8%)4(=)
2020-04-23
339(+4.0%)4(=)
2020-04-24
354(+4.4%)4(=)
2020-04-25
380(+7.3%)4(=)
2020-04-26
401(+5.5%)4(=)
2020-04-27
433(+8.0%)4(=)
2020-04-28
460(+5.8%)4(=)
2020-04-29
500( [11] +8.7%)4(=)
2020-04-30
539( [11] +7.8%)4(=)
2020-05-01
569( [lower-alpha 1] +5.6%)6(+50%)
2020-05-02
596( [13] +4.7%)6(=)
2020-05-03
650(+9.1%)6(=)
2020-05-04
686(+5.5%)6(=)
2020-05-05
739(+7.8%)9(+50%)
2020-05-06
823( [lower-alpha 2] +11%)9(=)
2020-05-07
854( [16] }+3.8%)10(+11%)
2020-05-08
890( [17] }+4.2%)11(+10%)
2020-05-09
988( [18] +11%)11(=)
2020-05-10
1,023( [19] +3.5%)11(=)
2020-05-11
1,061( [20] +3.7%)12(+9.0%)
2020-05-12
1,095(+3.2%)12(=)
2020-05-13
1,143( [21] +4.3%)14(+17%)
2020-05-14
1,210(+5.0%)16(+14%)
2020-05-15
1,258(+3.9%)16(=)
2020-05-16
1,312(+4.3%)18(+13%)
2020-05-17
1,342(+2.2%)18(=)
2020-05-18
1,370(+2.1%)18(=)
2020-05-19
1,419( [22] +3.6%)19(+6%)
2020-05-20
1,475(+3.9%)19(=)
2020-05-21
1,494( [23] +1.2%)19( [lower-alpha 3] =)
2020-05-22
1,521(+1.8%)19(=)
2020-05-23
2020-05-24
1,587( [lower-alpha 4] +4.3%)20(+5.2%)
2020-05-25
1,609(+1.4%)20(=)
2020-05-26
1,634(+1.6%)20(=)
2020-05-27
1,645(+0.7%)20(=)
2020-05-28
1,670(+1.5%)21(+5%)
2020-05-29
1,699(+1.7%)21(=)
2020-05-30
1,743( [25] +2.6%)21(=)
2020-05-31
1,871( [26] +7.3%)23(+9.5%)
2020-06-01
1,934( [27] +3.4%)24(+4.3%)
2020-06-02
1,986(+2.7%)24(=)
2020-06-03
1,993( [28] +0.4%)24(=)
2020-06-04
2,058(+3.2%)25(+4.2%)
2020-06-05
2,079( [29] +1.0%)25(=)
2020-06-08
2,151( [lower-alpha 5] +3.4%)26(+4%)
2020-06-09
2,175( [30] +1.2%)27(+3.8%)
2020-06-10
2,226(+2.3%)28(+4.0%)
2020-06-11
2,240(+0.6%)28(=)
2020-06-12
2,268(+1.3%)28(=)
2020-06-13
2,282(+0.6%)29(+3.5%)
2020-06-14
2,298(+0.7%)29(=)
2020-06-15
2,310(+0.5%)28(?)
2020-06-16
2,333(+1.0%)29(=)
2020-06-17
2,345(+0.5%)29(=)
2020-06-18
2,383(+1.6%)29(=)
2020-06-19
2,394(+0.5%)29(=)
2020-06-20
2,404( [31] +0.4%)30(+3.4%)
2020-06-21
2020-06-22
2,434(+1.2%)31(+3.3%)
2020-06-23
2,452( [32] +0.7%)31(=)
2020-06-24
2,467(+0.6%)32(+3.2%)
2020-06-25
2,508(+1.7%)32(=)
2020-06-26
2,526( [33] +0.7%)32(=)
2020-06-27
2,540( [34] +0.6%)33(+3.1%)
2020-06-28
2020-06-29
2,560(+0.8%)33(=)
2020-06-30
2,603(+1.7%)33(=)
2020-07-01
2,643(+1.5%)33(=)
2020-07-02
2,650( [35] +0.2%)34(+3.0%)
2020-07-03
2,661( [36] +0.4%)34(=)
2020-07-06
2,679(+0.7%)34(=)
2020-07-07
2,688(+0.3%)34(=)
2020-07-08
2020-07-09
2,702(+0.5%)34(=)
2020-07-15
2,743( [lower-alpha 6] +1.5%)34(=)
2020-07-16
2,778( [37] +1.3%)34(=)
2020-07-17
2,782( [38] +0.1%)34(=)
2020-07-20
2,808(+0.9%)35(+2.9%)
2020-07-21
2,824( [39] +0.6%)35(=)
2020-07-24
2,873( [40] +8.4%)38(+8.6%)
2020-07-27
2,900( [41] +0.9%)38(=)
2020-07-28
2,905( [42] +0.2%)39(+2.7%)
2020-07-29
2020-07-30
2,962(+2.0%)39(+2.9%)
2020-08-03
3,008(+1.6%)39(=)
2020-08-04
3,023(+0.5%)39(=)
2020-08-05
3,031(+0.3%)39(=)
2020-08-06
3,042(+0.4%)39(=)
2020-08-07
3,068(+0.9%)39(=)
2020-08-11
3,091(+0.7%)39(=)
2020-08-12
2020-08-13
3,119(+0.9%)39(=)
2020-08-16
3,145( [5] +0.8%)39(=)
2020-08-17
3,160(+0.5%)39(=)
2020-08-21
3,273(n.a.)39(n.a.)
2020-08-27
3,301(n.a.)40(n.a.)
2020-09-03
3,374(n.a.)40(n.a.)
2020-09-30
3,779(n.a.)42(n.a.)
2020-10-05
3,892(n.a.)42(n.a.)
2020-10-09
3,989(n.a.)43(n.a.)
2020-10-19
4,159(n.a.)43(n.a.)
2020-10-29
4,366(n.a.)44(n.a.)
2020-11-02
4,489(n.a.)45(n.a.)
2020-11-09
4,815(n.a.)46(n.a.)
2020-11-12
4,921(n.a.)46(n.a.)
2020-11-16
4,943(n.a.)46(n.a.)
2020-11-23
5,122(n.a.)49(n.a.)
2021-01-29
8,231 [2] 61(n.a.)
Data sourced from mayotte.gouv.fr except when there is a specific reference. Recoveries are no longer listed as of 21 August 2020

Notes:

  1. There has been no publication on 1 May, however there was a news story about four more deaths. [12] The number has been lowered to 6 by a news story on 2 May; 2 cases tested negative. [13] Increase of 30 cases sourced from the 2 May report. [14]
  2. There was no update for 6 May, but there was a statement by Dominique Voynet that there were 84 cases. [15]
  3. One case died in Réunion who is not counted in the Mayotte statistics. [24]
  4. No update for 23 May
  5. No update for 6 and 7 June
  6. No updates between 9 and 15 July

March 2020

A man from the department of Oise, France, arrived in Mayotte on 10 March. He had suspicious flu-like symptoms, and was observed for three days in a hospital. On 13 March, the man tested positive for COVID-19. [43]

On 17 March, a third case, also a traveler, was identified. The island later entered lockdown, as was the case with metropolitan France. With a single hospital center for a population of 263,000 inhabitants [44] and precarious living conditions (84% live below the poverty line), there is great concern. As in Réunion, the island is also affected by dengue fever. [45]

On 18 March, the authorities set up a health control system at Dzaoudzi airport, with volunteer school nurses. [46]

On 23 March, French National Assembly member Mansour Kamardine was very concerned and arranged 69 additional hospital beds to be shipped to Mayotte, because there were only 16 ICU beds. [47]

A curfew was instituted between 20:00 and 05:00. Gatherings with more than two people were banned. Traffic restrictions applied throughout the island. [48]

On 30 March, the bar of 50 cases was reached.[ citation needed ]

On 31 March, Mayotte recorded its first death. [3] By that date, 101 cases had been confirmed and ten patients had recovered, leaving 90 active cases. [49]

April 2020

On 1 April, the bar of 100 cases was exceeded. [50]

On 3 April, MP Mansour Kamardine was hospitalized and tested positive for COVID-19; he was infected locally. [51]

On 4 April, an air bridge was setup between Réunion and Mayotte to supply the island with sanitary and food products and if needed health workers. [52]

Dominique Voynet, Director of Mayotte Regional Health Agency during the 2020 pandemic. Meeting Voynet Mutualite 2006-04-05 n2 (cropped).jpg
Dominique Voynet, Director of Mayotte Regional Health Agency during the 2020 pandemic.

On 8 April, a second death related to COVID-19 is announced; just as in the first case, the person presented with aggravating pathologies. [53] On 16 April, Dominique Voynet, Director of Mayotte Regional Health Agency, announced that a person from the Comoros who died on 8 April before being evacuated to Mayotte on the basis of a x-ray of was Said Toihir, the Grand Mufti of the Comoros. [54] The announcement caused a diplomatic rift between Comoros and France. Mohamed El-Amine Souef, Foreign Minister of Comoros said "If a case is confirmed in the Comoros, it is not Dominique Voynet to announce it, we have been independent since 6 July 1975." [55] On 30 April, Comoros announced its first case.[ citation needed ]

On 10 April, the ARS announced 191 cases, including 41 health professionals; 17 people are hospitalized, including 4 in intensive care; 50 patients are recovered. [56]

The report of the Scientific Council on the Evolution of the Coronavirus in the Overseas Territories has been released which calls for strict confinement, doubling of hospital capacity. The situation in Mayotte is considered worrying and therefore calls for an "extra-hospital" structure to isolate the asymptomatic cases. [57]

On 11 April, a third death was declared; the number of cases increased slightly to 196. [58]

On 12 April, there were 203 confirmed cases. 67 people have recovered, and more than 1,400 tests have been performed thus far. [59]

On 13 April, there were 207 confirmed cases including 42 health workers. [60]

On 14 April, health care professionals from France have come to the aid of Mayotte. They have all been tested prior to boarding, and will not be quarantined on arrival, but have to abide by special precautionary rules. [61]

On 15 April, a group of students from Mayotte in France, have written open letter that they wished to be repatriated because they have been confined in a near empty dormitory for almost a month now. [62] No plans for repatriation from France have been announced yet, however on 2 May the Delegation of Mayotte in Paris (DMP) will provide emergency aid to the student and other residents stranded in mainland France. [63] The French government have announced a €200,- grant to all students under 25 stranded in France. The Union of Reunion Students of France has already expressed their disappointment. [64]

A positive case was discovered from Comoros where there are officially no COVID-19 infections. As a result, all nautical activities have been banned in order to better guard against illegal border crossings by boat. [65]

On 16 April, measures have been put in place for pregnant women, because up to date 10 tested positive. 1,600 tests have been performed. [66]

Jean-François Colombet, the Prefect of Mayotte, said that the current situation is a fight on multiple fronts where food aid is also a major issue. €2 million in food stamps are being distributed. Colombet also calls upon the food markets to remain open during Ramadan. [67]

On 17 April, the fourth death was announced. 1,700 tests have been performed up to now. [68]

On 18 April, it was announced that 108 people had died in March, an increase of 30% compared to 2019. 40% of the deaths are people over 75. [69]

On 20 April, Dominique Voynet announced that she considered postponing the deconfinement until after Ramadan. [70] Mayotte is also facing an epidemic of dengue with more than 1,000 confirmed cases. [71]

On 21 April, the National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies published a report on the living conditions of people of Mayotte under confinement. 30.4% of the population is living in 1 or 2 room houses with 4 more or people, [72] and 81,000 people do not have access to water in their house, which makes effective isolation difficult. [73]

On 23 April, the Association of Mayotte Mayors consider that the conditions for reopening of schools on 11 May as announced by Macron are not met, and want more guarantees. [74]

On 24 April, Mahamoud Hamada Sanda, the Grand Qadi, has called on the population to pray and celebrate Ramadan individually and not to engage in communal meals. All 325 mosques are closed and will remain closed as long as necessary. [75]

On 25 April, it was announced that a private laboratory will also be doing testing. As of 25 April, more than 2,500 tests have been performed. [76]

As of 27 April, Mayotte is the most affected overseas territory, and now has 1,550 cases per million. [77]

The Armed Forces delivered 15 tons of food to Mayotte. The shipment consists of fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, eggs, sugar and chocolate but also hygienic products. [78]

On 28 April, there was no update on either the site of the Prefecture and on ARS. [79] On 29 April, there was a statement by Dominique Voynet that there were 40 more cases on the 28th and 39 more cases on the 29th. [11]

On 29 April, stage 3 had been declared for Mayotte which means that the virus is now actively circulating the island. [4] Deconfinement on 11 May is out of the question. [80]

On 30 April, Annick Girardin, Minister of Overseas France, has announced a doubling of the tests in Mayotte and the establishment of a field hospital. Most overseas territories either have little or no spread or have the epidemic under control. Mayotte however is a concern. [81] Mayotte has tested over 3,000 people out of population of 262,895 (2017) [44] up to now. [82] The number of confirmed cases stood at 539 of which 300 were still active. Four COVID-19 deaths had been reported. [83]

May 2020

On 1 May, there was no official update of the number of cases, however it was announced that there were four more deaths bringing the total to 8. [12] The number had been revised down to six on 2 May, because two people tested negative. [13]

On 4 May, it was announced that the imam of the Friday mosque in Mamoudzou, Sheikh Abdourahamane Ben Omar died of COVID-19. [84] Ben Omar died in the night of Sunday to Monday. [85]

Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said that a decision about deconfinement for Mayotte will be postponed until 13 May. [86]

On 7 May, it was announced that Mayotte would the only department of France for which the lockdown will not be lifted four days later. [87] Not only is the number of cases per capita (3,248/M) [16] [44] higher than the French average (2,053/M), [88] [89] the number of cases is increasing. [87]

On 8 May, Jacques Billant, Prefect of Réunion, confirmed that patients from Mayotte were transferred to Réunion. Two medical evacuation had been carried out recently. [90]

On 11 May, Overseas Minister Annick Girardin announced additional resources including a field hospital and 100 health workers. The current field hospital is already evolving into a city hospital. To alleviate the hospitals, cases were evacuated to Réunion. [91]

One of the new cases is a newborn baby infected by the mother. The hospital reported that there was no reason for concern. [20]

On 12 May, it was announced that one of the first patients in intensive care has recovered. His condition worsened, he was hospitalized, moved to intensive care, intubated, placed in an induced coma, but emerged from his coma and was able to breath again. He is currently recovering in Réunion and regaining strength. [92]

On 31 May, COVID-19 was discovered in the Majicavo prison. All inmates, guards, and staff have been tested. 107 have thus far tested positive. [26] Another 45 tested positive on 1 June. [27] By the end of May there had been 1871 confirmed cases and 23 fatalities. [93]

June 2020

In June there were 732 new cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 2603. The death toll rose to 35. The number of recovered patients was 2324, leaving 244 active cases at the end of the month. [94]

July 2020

There were 359 new cases in July, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 2962. The death toll rose to 39. The number of recovered patients increased by 397 to 2721, leaving 202 active cases at the end of the month (17% less than at the end of June). [95]

August 2020

As of 16 August 2020, Mayotte has been officially listed as green, i.e. the virus is considered under control. [5] During the month there were 339 new cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 3301. The death toll rose to 40. [96]

September 2020

There were 478 new cases in September, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 3779. The death toll rose to 42. [97]

October 2020

There were 649 new cases in October, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 4428. The death toll rose to 44. [98]

November 2020

There were 753 new cases in November, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 5181. The death toll rose to 49. [99]

December 2020

There were 709 new cases in December, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 5890. The death toll rose to 55. [100]

January 2021

The first case of the 501.V2 variant was confirmed on 15 January. Mayotte's vaccination campaign started on 25 January. By the end of the month, 78 cases of 501.V2 had been identified. The first case of the B.1.1.7 variant was confirmed the last week of January. [101] There were 2341 new cases in January, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 8231. The death toll rose to 61. [102]

February 2021

The number of confirmed cases more than doubled in February, to 16861. The death toll rose to 109. [103]

March 2021

There were 2629 new cases in March, taking the total number of confirmed cases to 19490. The death toll rose to 162. [104] Since the start of vaccination on 25 January, 15158 persons had received at least one inoculation and 5083 persons had received both inoculations. [105]

April 2021

There were 604 new cases in April, taking the total number of confirmed cases to 20094. The death toll rose to 170. [106]

May 2021

There were at least 193 new cases in May, taking the total number of cases to at least 20287. The reported number of cases was 19347. The death toll rose to 173. [107] By the end of May, 44947 vaccine doses had been administered and 16938 persons had been fully vaccinated. [108]

June 2021

There were at least 78 new cases in June, taking the total number of cases to at least 20365. The reported number of cases was 19425. The death toll rose to 174. By the end of the month, 72097 vaccine doses had been administered and 30535 persons had been fully vaccinated. [109]

July 2021

There were at least 78 new cases in July, taking the total number of cases to at least 20443. The reported number of cases was 19503. The death toll remained unchanged. [110]

August 2021

There were at least 324 new cases in August, bringing the total number of cases to at least 20767. The reported number of cases was 19827. The death toll rose to 175. [111]

September 2021

There were at least 494 new cases in September, bringing the total number of cases to at least 21261. The reported number of cases was 20306. The death toll rose to 179. [112]

October 2021

There were at least 281 new cases in October, bringing the total number of cases to at least 21542. The reported number of cases was 20587. The death toll rose to 185. [113]

November 2021

There were at least 386 new cases in November, bringing the total number of cases to at least 21928. The reported number of cases was 20973. The death toll remained unchanged. [114]

Preventive measures

Statistics

Chronology of the number of active cases

Recoveries are no longer listed as of 21 August 2020

Source: Point de situation at mayotte.gouv.fr

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The COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have reached Mauritius in March 2020. Since the first three cases of COVID-19 were confirmed, the Mauritian authorities have been conducting 'Contact tracing': people who have been in contact with infected patients have been placed under quarantine, including doctors, nurses and police officers. No cases have been reported in Rodrigues, Agaléga and St. Brandon. Mauritius scored 100 in the Oxford University COVID-19 government response tracker. No new cases through local transmission has been detected in Mauritius since 26 April 2020, since then, all the new cases which were reported on the island were imported cases from passengers who were repatriated to Mauritius and were admitted to quarantine centers upon their arrival. On 29 May 2020, the Mauritian government announced the end of lockdown as from 30 May 2020 at 00.00. However, some restrictions was still imposed on certain activities, in public spaces and public gatherings. On 12 June 2020, the Prime Minister announced that the decision was taken to lift all business and activity lockdowns ordered earlier to cope with the COVID-19, as from Monday 15 June 2020. Consequently, beaches, markets, gyms, parks, Village Halls, Community Centres, cinema and other public places became accessible to the public but the wearing of masks and social distancing will still be compulsory. Schools resumed as from 1 July 2020. As at 12 June 2020, 10% of the population were already tested with a total of 142,889 tests: 32,257 PCR tests and 110,632 Rapid Tests.

COVID-19 pandemic in French Polynesia Ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in French Polynesia, France

The COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have reached the French overseas collectivity of French Polynesia in March 2020. As of 2021 August 24 French Polynesia has been the worst affected country in Oceania both in terms of proportion relative to population of total confirmed cases and total deaths. French Polynesia has experienced two significant outbreak waves, the first between September 2020 - January 2021, and the ongoing second wave which began in July 2021.

COVID-19 pandemic in French Guiana Ongoing COVID-19 viral pandemic in French Guiana, France

The COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have reached the French overseas department and region of French Guiana. The first five cases were found on 4 March and the first death was announced on 20 April 2020. On 30 April, the territory was green listed, because the pandemic appeared to be under control except for St-Georges de l'Oyapock. In June, the virus started circulating all over the territory.

COVID-19 pandemic in French Saint Martin Ongoing COVID-19 viral pandemic in French Saint Martin, France

The COVID-19 pandemic in French Saint Martin is part of the ongoing global viral pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), which was confirmed to have reached the French overseas collectivity of Saint Martin on 1 March 2020. The island is split in a Dutch and French part, with the main airport on the Dutch side and the major harbour on the French side. The first positive test was a French couple from Saint Martin who returned from France via Saint Barthélemy on 1 March 2020. They were screened and tested positive on the airport, but are counted on the French count. The island had a population of 35,334 in 2017.

COVID-19 pandemic in Réunion Ongoing COVID-19 viral pandemic in Réunion, France

The COVID-19 pandemic in Reunión is part of the ongoing pandemic of the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) that was caused by the Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 and which was confirmed to have reached the French overseas department and region of Réunion on 11 March 2020. On 20 May 2020, the first death was announced.

COVID-19 pandemic in the Comoros Ongoing COVID-19 viral pandemic in the Comoros

The COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have reached the Comoros on 30 April 2020, and by 4 May the first death was announced. On 21 July, all cases on the island of Mohéli resolved.

COVID-19 pandemic in Wallis and Futuna Ongoing COVID-19 viral pandemic in Wallis and Futuna

The COVID-19 pandemic in the Wallis and Futuna is part of the ongoing worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2. The COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have reached the French overseas collectivity of Wallis and Futuna on 16 October 2020. As of 24 August 2021, there have been 454 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 7 deaths reported to WHO. The last reported confirmed case was reported in April 2021.

Events in the year 2020 in the Comoros.

COVID-19 pandemic in Normandy Ongoing COVID-19 viral pandemic in Normandy

The COVID-19 pandemic in Normandy, is part of the worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The virus was confirmed to have reached Normandy on 27 February 2020,

The following is a timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in Ivory Coast.

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