HealthTech

A Catastrophe Is Serving Up The Perfect Storm To African Health-Tech Startups

By  |  May 8, 2020

The ongoing global pandemic is undoubtedly a nightmare. It has already caused over 270,000 deaths worldwide and the number of recorded cases is well over 3.9 million at the moment.

The novel coronavirus has basically put the entire world on hold. Across the globe, industries have been crippled, businesses have ground to a halt, and the inescapable recession is already forcing layoffs, salary cuts, furloughs, and other “painful but necessary” measures that can help enterprises outlast the pandemic.

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