Somalia: CoronaVirus Meter

25388
Cases
13182
Recovered
0
Critical
1335
Deaths
10871
Active
1530
Cases/Mn
80
Deaths/Mn
400466
Tests
24148
Tests/Mn
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Total coronavirus cases graph of Somalia

Daily Trends of coronavirus cases in Somalia

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Somalia Mobility Trend

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Avg Mobility Trend Vs. COVID19 Cases

According to the Mobility trend in since the outbreak of COVID19, an average of NAN% change in mobility has been observed in residential areas and an average of NAN% change in mobility in non residential activities such as retails, parks, driving, etc.

The Average Mobility trend is an average of multiple Mobility datasets presented by location and highlights the percentage change(from baseline) in visits to places like grocery stores, parks etc and mobility activities like walking and driving within a geographic area. The raw data is derived from Google and Apple.

Categorised Mobility Trends

Each category of mobility trend represents the change of percentage (from baseline) in visits to places like grocery stores, pharmacy, parks and mobility activities like walking & driving. The data representing Walking and driving trends are dericed from are Apple and rest of the data such as visits to park, grocery, pharma etc has been derived from Google.

Somalia has so far made 400466 tests of which 25388 cases have been tested positive. Of the 25388 confirmed cases 1335 deaths have been recorded, 13182 are recovered, 0 are critical and 10871 cases are active and under treatment. On an average till now Somalia has seen 1530 cases per million, 80 deaths per million and done 24148 tests per million.

World Coronavirus cases Timeline

Latest CoronaVirus News & Updates from Somalia

Ugandan Troops in Somalia Receive Covid-19 Booster Doses
4d | AllAfrica.com

Ugandan troops serving under AMISOM in Mogadishu, Somalia have received a Covid-19 booster shot. The exercise that saw 512 troops receive their booster doses was led by Capt. Dr. Thomas Ongom the ...

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Somalia’s Capital Sees Influx of People Fleeing Drought
10d | Voice of America

At makeshift shelters on outskirts of the capital, displaced people face cramped conditions and poor sanitation in the middle ...

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Somalia on the Path to Recovery, but Real Challenges Remain
10d | Inter Press Service

I arrived in Somalia in September 2019, two decades after having worked here previously. I knew that I was taking up a challenging assignment, but I was also looking forward to seeing Somalia’s ...

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Garissa residents want Somalia border reopened
2d | The Star

Garissa residents are urging the state to consider reopening the Somalia border, saying it will help spur trade between ...

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UPDF troops under AMISOM get COVID-19 booster dose
2d | Bukedde

"The nature of our operations exposes our troops, and the leadership back home and here saw it important to boost our ...

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Africa’s openness amidst COVID-19 restrictions
12h | TheCable

The effects of COVID-19 lockdowns on the movement of people across Africa need not be over emphasized. But suffice to say that Africa has so far weathered the storm commendably.

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How to make 2022 the last year of COVID-19 | Featured letter
12h | Yahoo

The U.S. must urgently provide the resources and funding to reach the global goal of vaccinating 70% of the world by ...

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Solar-Powered Oxygen Saving the Lives of Somali Children
2d | Voice of America

The installation of a solar-powered medical oxygen system at a hospital in central Somalia is proving effective in saving ...

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Nimco Happy and the rise of Somali music in Britain
1d | Al Jazeera English on MSN.com

When Nimco Happy’s Isii Nafta (Love You More Than My Life) went viral on social media last year, many saw it as a significant ...

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COVID-19 health emergency could be over this year, WHO says
10d | CBS17 Raleigh

The head of emergencies at the World Health Organization said Tuesday that the worst of the coronavirus pandemic — deaths, ...

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Somalia: Nation On the Path to Recovery, but Real Challenges Remain
6d | AllAfrica.com

Opinion - I arrived in Somalia in September 2019, two decades after having worked here previously. I knew that I was taking up a challenging assignment, but I was also looking forward to seeing ...

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Turkish soup kitchen feeds over 3,000 people in Somalia
12d | Yeni Şafak

Turkish Red Crescent delegation head says organization operating in country since 2011 when Somalia suffered deadly famine ...

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Somalia’s government spokesperson wounded in suicide bombing
12d | MyNorthwest.com

Somalia's government spokesperson was wounded Sunday in a suicide bombing that the al-Shabab extremist group has claimed ...

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UPDF troops under AMISOM get COVID-19 booster dose
2d | Bukedde

"The nature of our operations exposes our troops, and the leadership back home and here saw it important to boost our ...

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Africa’s openness amidst COVID-19 restrictions
12h | TheCable

The effects of COVID-19 lockdowns on the movement of people across Africa need not be over emphasized. But suffice to say that Africa has so far weathered the storm commendably.

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Somali government spokesperson wounded in suicide bomb attack -police, state media
11d | Reuters

Somali security look at the wreckage of a vehicle at the scene of an explosion Mogadishu, Somalia. REUTERS/Feisal Omar ...

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Why aren’t all countries self-testing for COVID-19?
8d | Devex

Self-testing may be the norm in the United Kingdom and Malaysia. But in the Philippines, manufacturers have only recently ...

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COVID-19: The coronavirus pandemic is far from over
15h | Deutsche Welle on MSN.com

Some countries are reporting more new coronavirus infections compared with the previous two weeks. DW sums up the current situation in three charts.These charts and this article are updated every ...

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Somalia on the Path to Recovery, but Real Challenges Remain
10d | Inter Press Service

I arrived in Somalia in September 2019, two decades after having worked here previously. I knew that I was taking up a challenging assignment, but I was also looking forward to seeing Somalia’s ...

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Devex CheckUp: Why aren’t all countries self-testing for COVID-19?
8d | Devex

In this week's edition: the challenges of rolling out self-administered COVID-19 test kits, COVID-19 travel bans, and health ...

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Somali government spokesperson wounded in suicide bomb attack -police, state media
11d | Reuters

Somali security look at the wreckage of a vehicle at the scene of an explosion Mogadishu, Somalia. REUTERS/Feisal Omar ...

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UAE, Qatar Best in Region on Corruption List, but Somalia, Syria Among World’s Worst
3d | The Media Line

Global corruption remains unchanged for the last year, according to the 2021 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) ranking 180 ...

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Al-Shabab claims deadly bombing near Somali military camp
10d | KHON2

At least four people were killed and 10 others wounded in Somalia’s capital when a man in an explosive vest detonated at a teashop opposite a Somali military ...

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Somalia - Significance of the New Berbera Port to Global Britain
7d | Middle East North Africa Financial Network

For centuries, Berbera has been a vital seaport for traders traveling through the Gulf of Aden, which in the Middle Ages was ...

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Biometrics use by Canadian border agency increasing. Maybe it already has
3d | Biometric Companies

The pandemic has given the impetus for sweeping technological and behavioral change across organizations, and biometrics are ...

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How global corruption has ‘flourished’ during Covid-19 pandemic
2d | The Week UK on MSN.com

Emergency measures to stem the spread of Covid-19 have “allowed corruption to go unchecked” in countries worldwide, according ...

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Africa CDC: AU Summit delegates to undergo Covid-19 routine testing
8d | Kenya Broadcasting Corporation

Africa Centers for Disease Control (Africa CDC) has recommended routine testing for Covid-19 during the face-to-face meeting ...

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Over 1,300 booked for violating Covid-19 precautionary measures
12d | The Peninsula

Doha: The designated authorities referred 1,300 people to the prosecution for Covid 19 precautionary measure violations on ...

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Somalia - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses
7d | Yahoo Finance

Somalia’s telcos pass deadline for securing licensesSydney, Jan. 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Just released, this edition of ...

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World Corona Meter

368357050
Cases
288602636
Recovered
5633697
Deaths