COVID-19 IN AFRICA– THE UNFOLDING IMPACT AND LESSONS
By Isaac Sebakijje
Los Angeles, May 25, 2020
Over the years, Africa has had the resilience to overcome great odds, massive setbacks, incredible injustice, apartheid and profound tragedies and now comes the devastating coronavirus. Let there be no doubt that the continent will overcome this enormous challenge despite the constant breaking news that predict the opposite.
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