What the World Can Learn From Africa’s Covid-19 Response

Where the United States has floundered, many African countries have succeeded

The Lagos government conducts community testing and search samples for eligible cases in order to contain Covid-19 cases in Nigeria. Photo: Olukayode Jaiyeola/NurPhoto/Getty Images

The United States has had a less than successful handling of the Covid-19 pandemic. From the government response to individual protests, the American response has abounded with politics and failures that have led to unfortunately high…

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