In the World’s Coronavirus Blind Spot, Fears of a Silent Epidemic

A lack of testing capacity, limited access to data and secretive governments across Africa have made it appear as if many of the world’s most impoverished economies have avoided the worst effects of a disease that has killed at least 830,000 people world-wide. But the plight of many of sub Saharan Africa’s one billion people is effectively invisible to global authorities trying to gauge the severity of the pandemic.

In the World’s Coronavirus Blind Spot, Fears of a Silent Epidemic
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