Many parts of Africa initially had low COVID-19 incidences, and European governments stood out as helpless or unable to act. Dealing with epidemics such as HIV Aids, malaria or Ebola, for which there was or is no (immediate) cure, is not new to African countries. Chinese vaccines were quickly available, but their effectiveness is doubted, especially in Europe. To what extent do the experiences of African actors in particular (in health care, politics, media) shape their own scope for action, global political alternatives and global health governance?
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