Dr. David Dowdy

infectious disease epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

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Sub-Saharan African countries are seeing huge spikes in COVID-19 cases. It joins other parts of the world, including South and Southeast Asia and most of South America.

COVID rises across Africa, South America, and parts of Asia, as variants spreads and vaccinations are low

Sub-Saharan African countries are seeing huge spikes in COVID-19 cases. It joins other parts of the world, including South and Southeast Asia and most of South America.

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