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UK's Blair: Patchy data means Africa could use antibody tests to track COVID-19

Reuters Friday, 22 May 2020 ()
African nations should use antibody tests to find out whether the slower spread and lower mortality rate of the new coronavirus on the continent is due to patchy data or a more resilient population, former British prime minister Tony Blair said on Friday.
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