350 deaths from Covid-19 and just 40 cured in Cameroon according to France

The balance sheets of Covid-19 revealed by the report of the trade advisers of France are different from those revealed by the Ministry of Public Health.

What are the sources of France’s foreign trade advisers? This is the question that several people are asking, given the figures in their report which differ from those of the Ministry of Public Health.

What is certain and certain is that the Cameroonians are already plunged into confusion. At a time when populations no longer know where to turn in the face of the ravages of Covid-19 in families, the exact number of victims of the pandemic is causing controversy over the official toll of those infected.

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The balance sheets of Covid-19 revealed by the report of the trade advisers of France are different from those revealed by the Ministry of Public Health.

The controversy swelled further with cascading deaths recorded in communities and in health facilities across the country. During the second month of the prevalence of the disease, the Cameroonian Minister of Public Health, in a Tweet dated April 25, 2020, reported 1,621 cases of people who tested positive for the coronavirus. 56 deaths. And 786 patients cured. But during the same period, and more precisely on April 23, 2020, France’s foreign trade advisers published a report on the main affected African countries. According to their figures, there were 1396 confirmed cases on this date in Cameroon. A number of patients lower than 1621 cases of the official assessment.

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The other problem with this data is the number of deaths. The CCE of France document, based on its sources, speaks of 350 people who lost their lives in Cameroon as a result of Covid-19. A statistic far from the 56 deaths announced by the minister.

There is yet another confusion. The number of people who got away with it. 40 people healed according to the French CCE against 786 announced according to the Tweet of the government member.

Assuming that only things that are verified and verifiable are said, there is reason to say that the CCE of France is wrong. Especially since the figures in this report have not been proven. The Cameroonian authorities have so far neither confirmed nor denied these data, which are causing confusion among the Cameroonian population.

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