Fact checked it for you lol the article is real...nah I actually just wanted to see it to send to a friend of mine and figured we need all the proof we can get posted here too, who knows, it might be useful to someone in need
What about this new article which states that Fewer vaccinations mean fewer Covid infections in Africa:
Coffee & Covid ☙ Saturday, November 20, 2021 ☙ CRUSHING IT
So. Much. Winning.
EXPERTS BAFFLED! Yahoo News ran an article yesterday headlined, “Scientists mystified, wary, as Africa avoids COVID disaster.” Now, this is totally coincidental, and I want to be absolutely clear that I am NOT drawing any connections here, I am just saying, but Africa is also the lowest-injected continent on Earth. I’m just saying! Don’t cancel me.
In describing a busy African market where nobody is wearing masks, the reporter interviewed one of the locals. “COVID-19 is gone, when did you last hear of anyone who has died of COVID-19?” the shopper said. This week, the entire country of Zimbabwe recorded just 33 new Covid cases and ZERO deaths. So.
I’m just going to reprint the following paragraph from the Yahoo News story as-is, because it is JUST so delicious:
“But there is something ‘mysterious’ going on in Africa that is puzzling scientists, said Wafaa El-Sadr, chair of global health at Columbia University. “Africa doesn’t have the vaccines and the resources to fight COVID-19 that they have in Europe and the U.S., but somehow they seem to be doing better,” she said.”
Hahahaha! If only we had a well-funded public health research agency that could look into these kinds of mysteries and figure out what’s going on. Then we could just do what Africa’s doing!
Have a super fantastic Saturday and I’ll see you guys on Monday to kick off the week right.
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At a busy market in a poor township outside Harare this week, Nyasha Ndou kept his mask in his pocket, as hundreds of other people, mostly unmasked, jostled to buy and sell fruit and vegetables displayed on wooden tables and plastic sheets. As in much of Zimbabwe, here the coronavirus is...