The impact of COVID-19 has been lower in Africa. We explore the reasons
By Alex Ezeh, Dornsife Endowed Professor of Global Health, Drexel University
Michael Silverman, Chair of Infectious Diseases, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University
Saverio Stranges, Professor & Chair of Epidemiology, Western University
The emergence of variants of concern with increased potential for transmission and more severe disease in the younger population could make Africa more susceptible to a severe COVID-19 epidemic.
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- Tuesday, August 17, 2021