Coronavirus Creates Recession for African Economies - World Bank

The COVID-19 outbreak has set off the first recession in the Sub-Saharan Africa region in 25 years, according to the latest World Bank analysis of the region's economies. The pandemic could cost the region between $37 billion and $79 billion in terms of output losses for 2020 with an equally dramatic on household welfare.

Even as the Coronavirus shutdown closes markets in Lagos, stall operators continue to try to eake out of meager living.

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