Africa's Soccer Body Suspends Qualifiers Over COVID-19
Following growing concerns on the spread of the novel coronavirus and the WHO declaration that it is a pandemic, the Confederation of African Football has suspended all upcoming continental qualifying games, including the Total African Nations Championship finals, which was planned for Cameroon on April 4.
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As of July 14, the confirmed cases of COVID-19 from 55 African countries have reached 611,115. Reported deaths in Africa have reached 13,463 and recoveries 302,923.
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