Swaziland: CoronaVirus Meter

250
Cases
156
Recovered
0
Critical
2
Deaths
92
Active
216
Cases/Mn
2
Deaths/Mn
4994
Tests
4309
Tests/Mn
Today

12

Cases

0

Deaths

Total coronavirus cases graph of Swaziland

Daily Trends of coronavirus cases in Swaziland

RegionCasesDeaths
Lubombo 172 2

Swaziland 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.

Swaziland has so far made 4994 tests of which 250 cases have been tested positive. Of the 250 confirmed cases 2 deaths have been recorded, 156 are recovered, 0 are critical and 92 cases are active and under treatment. On an average till now Swaziland has seen 216 cases per million, 2 deaths per million and done 4309 tests per million.

World Coronavirus cases Timeline

Latest CoronaVirus News & Updates from Swaziland

One-Year-Old Tests Positive for Coronavirus in Swaziland
3d | allAfrica.com on MSN.com

A one-year-old girl has tested positive for coronavirus in Swaziland (eSwatini) making her one of the youngest victims of the virus in the world. The child from the Manzini region of the kingdom was ...

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WHO coronavirus meeting highlights Taipei’s last African ally eSwatini
3d | South China Morning Post

Despite pressure from Beijing the tiny country of 1.3 million people in southern Africa has maintained diplomatic ties.

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Swaziland Nurses' Union Calls for Closure of Major Hospital in Fight Against Coronavirus
11d | MarketWatch

Nurses in Swaziland (eSwatini) want a major hospital closed down, the patients discharged, and then it reopened as a scaled-down coronavirus centre. Healthcare is in disarray across the kingdom and ...

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Josephine Matseke Peter: Daughter's tribute to nurse who treated COVID-19 patients
1d | Sky

Buhle Peter says her mum spent her career preserving human life, helping others and "sharing that glow she had and spreading ...

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Coronavirus: COVID-19 shouldn't make us forget other major infectious diseases
11d | Deutsche Welle

The novel coronavirus could indirectly result in many more victims. That's because the fight against "classic" infectious ...

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Swazi editor flees to South Africa, wanted in false news investigation
9d | Cpj.org

In the early morning of February 25, 2020, police in the Manzini region of Swaziland raided the home of Zweli Martin Dlamini, ...

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‘A Lot of Bad News Out There’: Parenting in a Pandemic
9d | New York Times

A mother balances coverage of tsunamis, plane crashes, bombings and other tragedies with life at home during a coronavirus ...

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Second Journalist in a Month Flees Tiny eSwatini
9d | Voice of America

A second journalist in less than a month has fled the tiny southern African kingdom of eSwatini, formerly known as Swaziland, ...

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Coronavirus Africa: WHO estimates fewer deaths than in Europe
9d | Mail Online

The mathematical model studied 47 African nations and expects almost a quarter (22 per cent) of Africans to contract COVID-19 ...

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Coronavirus: COVID-19 should not make us forget other major infectious diseases
11d | Deutsche Welle

The novel coronavirus could indirectly result in many more victims. That's because the fight against "classic" infectious ...

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Coronavirus: COVID-19 should not make us forget other major infectious diseases
11d | Deutsche Welle

The novel coronavirus could indirectly result in many more victims. That's because the fight against "classic" infectious ...

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Coronavirus Africa: WHO estimates fewer deaths than in Europe
9d | Mail Online

The mathematical model studied 47 African nations and expects almost a quarter (22 per cent) of Africans to contract COVID-19 ...

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Zululand game ranching industry on the 'brink of collapse'
12h | IOL News

Wildlife owners have placed their last hope in President Cyril Ramaphosa to save the already bleeding business.

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A far from soporific My City of Sydney
11h | Sydney Morning Herald

While Tommy Leonetti's soporific My City of Sydney, used so successfully as a sleep aid in the old Channel 7 sign-off, was disparaged by Coral Button (C8), Mark Berg of Caringbah South, Richard Cunieu ...

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DemocracyWatch: Imagine living through civil war as well as the pandemic
4d | openDemocracy

In recent weeks, the civil war that has raged in the country for nearly a decade has intensified. Hospitals have been bombed.

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'Immense challenges' as Taiwan's Tsai Ing-wen begins second term
4d | Al Jazeera English

Analysts say Taiwan's first female leader faces greater Chinese pressure and more 'belligerent action' in second term.

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Africa’s Health Dilemma: Protecting People from COVID-19 While Four Times as Many Could Die of Malaria
13d | Inter Press Service

Experts across Africa are warning that as hospitals and health facilities focus on COVID-19, less attention is being given to ...

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China firmly opposes Taiwan-related proposal to WHO by countries including Swaziland
10d | China Daily

BEIJING -- China firmly opposes a proposal made by a few countries including Swaziland to the World Health Organization to ...

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Two British nationals fined for illegally entering SA during the lockdown
7d | Times LIVE

Two British nationals were fined R50,000 each for illegally entering SA during the lockdown. On Friday James Hackett and ...

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Smuggling of alcohol, cigarettes on the rise since lockdown began, says Cele
2d | IOL News

Police Minister Bheki Cele said SAPS and SANDF members had intercepted and confiscated R2.6m worth of alcohol and tobacco ...

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Smuggling of alcohol, cigarettes on the rise since lockdown began, says Cele
2d | IOL News

Police Minister Bheki Cele said SAPS and SANDF members had intercepted and confiscated R2.6m worth of alcohol and tobacco ...

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UKZN students scoop Ford’s COVID-19 College Challenge prize
11d | ITWeb

Local student entrepreneurs who developed SmartGro, a food delivery app, were among the top winners of the global challenge.

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UK duo's illegal cross-border caper still a mystery, donate R15K each to SA fund
5d | IOL News

Britons showed a "blatant disregard" for SA law, received suspended sentences and are awaiting deportation at Westville ...

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Proposal for Taiwan to attend WHA aims to disturb assembly: FM
9d | GlobalSecurity.org

China strongly opposes some countries' proposals to allow Taiwan island to attend this year's World Health Assembly (WHA) as an observer, as such proposals aim to disturb WHA procedures and damage ...

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British men who sped through SA border post during lockdown plan to plead
9d | IOL News

THE two British nationals who drove through the South African Golela border post from Eswatini (Swaziland), resulting in a ...

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‘My former career working in disaster zones has prepared me well:’ Former aid worker: We see the best of people in a crisis
6d | MarketWatch

As a society, we are social distancing, but strangely we are also more connected, and it’s all because of this harrowing ...

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'A vibrant soul and full of love': Daughter's tribute to nurse who treated COVID-19 patients
1d | Sky News on MSN.com

Josephine Matseke Peter, a nurse and mother-of-two who worked at Southport and Formby District General Hospital, died on 18 ...

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5 African destinations on our radar post Covid-19
10d | IOL News

If you are planning your bucket list of places to see, here are five African destinations on our radar. According to ...

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Don’t Miss these 8 Updates of #COVID19 in African Countries
9d | BellaNaija

Nigeria’s coronavirus cases have exceeded 5,000 On Thursday, Nigeria recorded 193 new cases of COVID-19 as the number of ...

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UK duo's illegal cross-border caper still a mystery, donate R15K each to fund
7d | IOL News

Britons showed a "blatant disregard" for SA law, received suspended sentences and are awaiting deportation at Westville ...

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World Corona Meter

5486365
Cases
2290584
Recovered
346225
Deaths