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How the Zimbabweans pay for the war against Covid-19


In many countries the Covid-19 virus spread from the roving rich to the stationary poor. In South Africa, for instance, the virus seems to have been imported from abroad by travelers from the upper class and was then transferred to the less mobile lower classes. If so, those who once colonized the country have been coronazing it. Did something similar happen in the neighboring Zimbabwe?

Authors: Rob Davies, Halvor Mehlum, Kalle Moene, Ragnar Torvik

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