Published On: Sun, Dec 20th, 2020
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COVID-19 didn’t overwhelm Africa as some feared. But Uganda is a cautionary tale of rising risk


Uganda has managed to avoid the deadliest impacts of COVID-19 relatively well so far. But doctors say it wouldn’t take much of a spike to overwhelm the country’s hospitals, which have only 55 functional intensive care beds for 42 million people.

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