According to foreign media reports, Sam agatre, who works at the Arua regional referral hospital in northern Uganda Okuonzi pointed out at the who press conference in recent days that the original new crown prediction model painted a very gloomy picture for Africa, which showed that the life and economy of the land would be seriously damaged. “In Uganda, 600000 cases of covid-19 and 30000 deaths are expected by September. But the reality is quite different. ” < / P > < p > in fact, according to Johns Hopkins University, Uganda has recorded only 7064 new coronavirus infections and 70 deaths. By contrast, South Africa is the continent’s worst affected country, with more than 665000 cases and 16206 deaths – equivalent to 28 deaths per 100000 people and more than 61 deaths per 100000 in the United States. Although African countries such as Ethiopia and Nigeria have witnessed large-scale outbreaks of NCV, most countries on the African continent have so far curbed the most serious outbreak. The demographics may partly explain what’s going on. At a recent briefing, the WHO Regional Director for Africa, matshidiso moeti, pointed out that in most African countries, the proportion of people over 65 years old is very small. According to the current study, older people are much more at risk of contracting the virus, and the disease will become more serious after infection. There is another factor that may explain this phenomenon. Most people in Africa live in rural areas and spend most of their time outdoors – which is considered to be detrimental to the spread of the virus. Another possibility, Shaun truelove, an assistant scientist and modeling expert at Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of public health, told the media that another possibility is that there is some degree of “cross reactive” immunity in people who have been exposed to other new crowns in Africa. Truelove and other scientists are now paying closer attention to the covid-19 epidemic in Africa and are trying to gather useful information from it. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen