COVID-19 outbreak, Senegal, 2020

Dia N.,
Lakh N.A.,
Diagne M.M.,
Mbaye K.D.,
Taieb F.,
Fall N.M.,
Barry M.A.,
Ka D.,
Fall A.,
Cisse Diallo V.M.P.,
Faye O.,
Jallow M.M.,
Dieng I.,
Ndiaye M.,
Diop M.,
Bousso A.,
Loucoubar C.,
Khemesse M.,
Ndiaye N.,
Peyreffite C.,
Fortes L.,
Sall A.A.,
Seydi M.
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Emerging Infectious Diseases
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)


The spread of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 began later in Africa than in Asia and Europe. Senegal confirmed its first case of coronavirus disease on March 2, 2020. By March 4, a total of 4 cases had been confirmed, all in patients who traveled from Europe. © 2020 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). All rights reserved.

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