Scientists Mystified at How Sub-Saharan Africa Avoids COVID
As a vaccinated world struggles with rising rates of COVID-19, Africa has avoided a predicted catastrophe. These factors may have influenced their low infection and death rates.
Scientists appear stymied by the low number of infections and deaths in sub-Saharan Africa where the vaccination rate is less than 6%
Africa has 17.46% of the world's population and 3% of the COVID-19 global death toll while countries with better health care have higher death rates, including the Americas with 46% and Europe with 29%