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Why are Africa's coronavirus numbers so surprisingly low?

No, it's not just because of "underreporting." African countries really do seem to be experiencing lower levels of COVID-19 infections (and fatalities) than other countries around the world. The question is — why? Listen to DW's science podcast for a different angle on the coronavirus — every day from Germany.

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