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COVID-19: Our coverage of the pandemic

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COVID-19: Our coverage of the pandemic

01 Apr 2020

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  • Public health

The first case of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Africa was reported on Valentine's Day in Egypt and has continued to spread widely since then. We have developed this dedicated page to provide readers with timely and informed content on COVID-19, focusing on African perspectives. Our articles and research are free to read or download. Some are commissioned directly from individual experts while others have been produced by think tanks in our network

COVID-19 and Innovation in Africa: A thoughtleadership series

The Africa Portal, in partnership with the University of Witwatersrand and its African Centre for the Study of the United States, presents the following articles from African scholars and researchers.


From our Research Library

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Countries with the most cases, as of 28 May 2020 (Johns Hopkins Corona Resource Centre)

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Countries with the most cases, as of 28 May 2020 (Johns Hopkins Corona Resource Centre)

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Confirmed COVID-19 cases, as of 28 May 2020 (Johns Hopkins Corona Resource Centre)

Main image: Coronavirus (COVID-19) - CG Illustration, 20 March 2020 - Flickr)