There have been about 123,993 infections and 1,965 coronavirus-related deaths reported in Cameroon since the pandemic began.

Daily reported cases were at a controlled rate of 100, but peaked at about eight-thousand seven hundred (8,700) on March 25, 2021, there were no reported cases until September 1, 2021, again until September 15, 2021, observed again on November 16, 2021, till June 29, 2022, were the last reported cases recorded. Daily deaths peaked at 133 deaths on March 25, 2021, however, still averaged around 20. Cameroon administered at least 1,849,562 doses of COVID-19 vaccines so far, about 3.6% of the country’s population would have been vaccinated if every person needed 2 doses.

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Doses per 100 People

1.29M+ (4.6%)

Fully vaccinated

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CTAP Stories in Cameroon

“Foreign aid in Africa only aids the political elite class and impoverishes the real debtors who are the citizens. Within 4yrs (2012, 2013, 2015 & 2019) excluding the heavy covid-19 funds, Cameroon received 1,786,174,396,200XAF as aid. Yet we don't have roads, hospitals, schools etc”
Miki Gilbert Ngwaneh
Commonwealth doctoral researcher
“$382 million received for covid emergency, less than $50 million accounted for ... a member of Big C talks of miscalculation”
COVID-19 Emergency Funds
“May all Government and Administrative officials questioned in the COVID-19 fund mismanagement scandal in our country be discharged from office, in order to answer for their actions before the courts, and avoid possible manipulation of evidence,”
On the Mismanagement of COVID-19 Funds
“literally a crime against humanity when funds to cope with a global health emergency are so entertained”.
Mairice Kamto
President of the Cameroon Renaissance Movement MRC (political Party)




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