Early estimates of COVID-19 infections in small, medium and large population clusters

Since its emergence in late December 2019, COVID-19 has rapidly developed into a pandemic in mid of March with many countries suffering heavy human loss and declaring emergency conditions to contain its spread.
The impact of the disease, while it has been relatively low in the sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) as of May 2020, is feared to be potentially devastating given the less developed and fragmented healthcare system in the continent. In addition, most emergency measures practised may not be effective due to their limited affordability as well as the communal
way people in SSA live in relative isolation in clusters of large as well as smaller population centres.

Early estimates of COVID-19 infections in small, medium and large population clusters
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