Surviving COVID-19 : fragility, resilience and inequality in Zimbabwe
African arguments, 2020, [RSCAS], [PASTRES Project]
SCOONES, Ian, Surviving COVID-19 : fragility, resilience and inequality in Zimbabwe, African arguments, 2020, [RSCAS], [PASTRES Project] - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/66918
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Zimbabwe had three confirmed cases and one recorded death of COVID-19 (coronavirus) as of 26 March, and a national disaster has been declared. So far suspected cases have been limited, but once the virus spreads through the population, it could be devastating. In thinking about COVID-19 in Zimbabwe, and in Africa more broadly, three dimensions are important – fragility, resilience and inequality. It may be that obvious fragilities are counteracted to some extent by capacities to adapt and be resilient, but this depends on who you are and where you live.
Published on 27 March 2020
Cadmus permanent link: https://hdl.handle.net/1814/66918
External link: https://africanarguments.org/2020/03/27/surviving-covid-19-fragility-resilience-and-inequality-in-zimbabwe/
Series/Number: African arguments; 2020; [RSCAS]; [PASTRES Project]
Publisher: African Arguments
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