Africa Coronavirus roundup

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Ethiopia is expected to receive a share of $1.7 billion in global assistance from the World Bank. The money will fund pandemic aid projects worldwide.

The first batch of medical supplies donated by Chinese billionaire to fight coronavirus in Africa arrived on Sunday.

Tunisia is postponing tax payments from small and medium-sized businesses and providing financial aid to low-income families.

Angola, Eritrea and Uganda confirmed their first cases of coronavirus. Mauritius recorded its first death.

The Democratic Republic of Congo’s second largest city, Lubumbashi, is in lockdown after two people tested positive for coronavirus.

Rwanda went into lockdown on Sunday and several other nations announced directives to limit large social gatherings in an effort to curb COVID-19’s spread.

Kenya reached a deal with Google to help enhance 4G network coverage to help citizens working or studying from better access the internet.

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