How Does the Global COVID-19 Pandemic Differ in South Africa?

South Africa has experienced the Covid-19 epidemic rather differently from many other countries, writes Max Price for the Daily Maverick. It appears to be different in two ways. First, the total number of infections presenting with illness or discovered through limited community testing is relatively low. The second difference would be the comparatively reduced death rate.

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