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What lessons can Africa learn from India’s COVID-19 crisis? (Brookings)

Jamie MacLeodVera SongweStephen KaringiHopestone ChavulaJean Paul Boketsu BofiliSokunpanha You, and Veerawin Su write for Brookings: India is unlikely to be the last country encountering catastrophic outbreaks as the COVID-19 pandemic persists and evolves. The lessons from India’s experience are especially relevant to other developing countries, like those in Africa, that will not benefit from the shield of mass vaccination in the near term. The overarching lesson is that COVID-19 is a “complacency virus”; its surveillance and suppression must be continually adapted.

go to Brookings: What lessons can Africa learn from India’s COVID-19 crisis? (brookings.edu)