Sub-Saharan Africa, home to over 1 billion people, has so far defied predictions of a devastating Covid-19 epidemic. Though the official number of infections is hugely undercounted, experts agree that the region’s death toll is among the world’s lowest, probably on account of the Continent’s very young population. However, the economic impact of the collapse ...
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