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Without much of a health budget, Senegal is being championed for controlling the novel coronavirus. From early-detection mobile kits to 3D printed ventilators, the West African nation is demonstrating a possible model in curbing COVID-19, relying on their experience of managing the Ebola outbreak.
In this episode:
Nicolas Haque (@nicolashaque), Al Jazeera journalist in Dakar, Senegal. Anta James, a regional representative for Catholic Relief Services. Dan Honig (@rambletastic), assistant professor at John Hopkins University. Shannon Underwood, an immigration attorney in Dakar, Senegal.
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