Africa: As Africa’s COVID-19 Lockdowns Ease, Officials Urged to Balance Health Policy

[VOA] Top African health officials say the continent has taken what appear to be effective measures in curbing the spread of coronavirus. While they note that lockdowns in some countries have had positive effects in slowing transmission, scientists say that the enduring economic and social harm of lockdowns could soon trump scientific considerations. Experts spoke to journalists a day before the continent's hot spot, South Africa, prepared to ease its restrictions.Read the Original Article