Senegal

There have been about 88,024 infections and 1,968 coronavirus-related deaths reported in Senegal since the pandemic began.

Senegal reported its first case of COVID-19 on 2 March 2020; as of 23 August 2022, there had been 87,920 confirmed cases, 1,968 deaths, and at least 2,523,856 doses of the COVID vaccine administered; assuming each person requires two doses, this means that approximately 7.7% of the population had received the vaccine. Together with partners, UNICEF assists Senegal in strengthening its cold and supply chains, training health professionals, addressing misinformation among communities, and fostering trust in the health systems that provide life-saving vaccines.

Key Numbers

88,024

Total Cases

142

Active Cases

85,914

Recovered Cases

1,968

Total Deaths

$1.4B+

Total Resources Committed

$378.6M

In-Kind Support

17.1M+

Country Population

20.04%

Doses per 100 People

1M+ (8.8%)

Fully vaccinated

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CTAP Stories in Senegal

"Even before the pandemic, the most marginalized children were being left behind. Out-of-school children are some of the most vulnerable and marginalized children in society. They are the least likely to be able to read, write or do basic math, and are cut off from the safety net that schools provide, a situation which puts them at an increased risk of exploitation and exposes them to a lifetime cycle of poverty and deprivation" - UNICEF Senegal/2022
Ms. Danailov.

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