Coronavirus: Explaining Africa’s low number of reported COVID-19 deaths

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Coronavirus: Explaining Africa’s low number of reported COVID-19 deaths More than 1.5 million people around the world have died from COVID-19 since the pandemic began. About half of those have been in North America and Europe. So far, only 53,000 deaths have been recorded in Africa. Researchers are still unsure why the number is so low, but it could be a vast underestimation of the true figure. And as the world starts distributing vaccines, countries across Africa are asking not to be left behind. Redmond Shannon reports.

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As a Republican I am a conservative but have a little libertarian leanings. I about 80% a Trump supporter. I agree with him most of the time but as I am a person that thinks for himself I don't go along with him just because he is the President. I am not like liberals that think their candidates are Gods and never wrong.