The low representation of African countries in clinical trials …
Nigeria’s health system will find COVID-19 difficult to handle…
Infectious disease models can be a useful guide to help authorities respond
The world is now dealing with two pandemics instead of one.
We are facing a choice between more or less drastic measures to slow the spread of COVID-19
Testing and diagnosing people is critical to managing the pandemic
The biggest danger during pandemics is how people respond to them.
Resource-poor countries like Sierra Leone have faced major outbreaks of infectious diseases in the past.
Currently, Africa has very few cases of COVID-19 compared with most other parts of the world. It remains unclear why this is so.
HIV and TB patients may have a higher risk of developing severe disease.