Is the Worst of Africa's Covid-19 Outbreak Over?

According to WHO Regional Director for Africa Dr Matshidiso Moeti, the declining rate of Covid-19 infections across the continent is a result of robust and decisive public health measures taken by governments across the region. "The downward trend that we have seen in Africa over the past two months is undoubtedly a positive development and speaks to the robust and decisive public health measures taken by governments across the region ... But we must not become complacent," said Moeti.

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Lab technician Amina A. Rafat takes blood samples from food vendors in Adiebeba, a suburb of Kumasi, so they can test them for Covid-19.

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