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Puzzle of Africa’s Low COVID-19 Cases

While the Coronavirus (COVID-19) started in China, its wings have spread globally with little trace of the virus left in China. The continent of Asia in which China is located, has also been hit hard. But China seems to be out of the pandemic box in escaping the wrath of the virus. While that makes one wonder what the mystery behind it is, a puzzle remains to be solved why are the African and Oceania Continents slow in catching the pandemic? Till 11th July 2020, Oceania recorded 11,010 cases while Africa had 559,432 cases.

Using Referencing Software to Manage the Academic Writing Process: A Drumbeat for Zotero

Academic writing is an indispensable activity every scholar must engage in. This is more so because the responsibility of any scholar worth his salt is the generation and conservation of knowledge. The new knowledge generated is normally communicated to the members of the academic community in the form of a research report. Research reports must adhere to certain standards that make it possible to enforce the principles of the scientific method.


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Community Wildlife Conservancy Model: An Enabler to Sustainable Pastoral Livelihoods

In the last eight decades or so several attempts have been made to come up with management approaches to effectively and sustainably manage natural resources within arid and semi-arid lands (ASALs) in Kenya.

Vitamin and Mineral Supplementation to Improve Immunity and Treatment Outcomes in Disease Management Including COVID-19

In biology, immunity is the balanced state of multicellular organisms having adequate biological defenses to fight infection, disease, or other unwanted biological invasion, while having adequate tolerance to avoid allergy, and autoimmune diseases. Supplementation is the use of pills or special types of food in order to improve your health.

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