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How the South African Government got it wrong on Covid-19 burials
A poll in six African countries suggests 62% of people would get a COVID-19 vaccine if available. That wouldn’t be enough for population immunity. ...
Episode 8 AAAV Podcast: Community Response to Disease
If reporting on Africa just caters to readers craving a glimpse into the strangeness of how the other half lives, we lose the chance ...
Covid in the Horn of Africa
As treatments for COVID-19 are sought, there also needs to be a stronger stance against promoting unproven medicines. Against the backdrop of the COVID-19 ...
Covid and maternal health in Gambia
Improving Africa's health system resilience
Limits of State and Public Trust during the Covid-19 Pandemic in Kenya
With medical disruptions due to COVID-19 likely to kill more people in Africa than the disease itself, two countries provide interesting lessons. With COVID-19 ...
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