Lagos, Nigeria (CNN)Africa has so far recorded relatively few coronavirus cases compared to the rest of the world, but governments across the continent are taking no chances as they race to stop the spread of the virus on their shores.Sudan has sealed off all sea ports, land crossings and airports, a spokesman for Sudan’s Transitional Sovereign Council, Mohamed Al-Faki Suleiman, said in a press statement Monday. The Council has declared a state of medical emergency and formed a committee that will prevent the spread of coronavirus into the country. The committee will receive citizens stranded in land crossings and prepare places for them to go into quarantine in the country, which has so far recorded one case of COVID-19, according to the African Center for Disease Control. Twenty-seven African countries have recorded only 347 coronavirus cases, according to the World Health Organization on Monday. Four countries — Egypt, Algeria, South Africa and Morocco — account for more than half of the novel coronavirus cases on the continent. Seven people have died from Covid-19 in Africa — four in Algeria, two in Egypt and one in Morocco. Travel restrictionsMany African countries are shutting their airports and land borders to keep out


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