IS THE CORONAVIRUS AN ASIAN AND CAUCASIAN DISEASE
According to the World Health Organization, the first known cases of coronavirus 19 were reported in Wuhan, China, in December of 2019, and more than two and a half months later it has spread to many countries but it has not touched 97% of Africa. There can be a couple of reasons why mid and south Africa doesn't have the Coronavirus. 1. Africans don't travel. 2. Tourism is not abundant in Africa. 3. No Chinese. 4. The Coronavirus doesn't affect melanated skin. Three out of four of these events can be proven a lie. Africans do travel. There are more Europeans and Asians traveling in African countries than Americans.
The open question is, does the Coronavirus affect melanated skin. Now it is reported that South Africa confirms first case of coronavirus but to my research that is a white South African. Now Africans and African Americans must be reasonable we do catch the Flu among other things but that is through the respiratory system and not the skin. Here is the hypothesis; the CDC and WHO recommend the following vaccinations for Africa: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, yellow fever, rabies, meningitis, polio, measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis), chickenpox, shingles, pneumonia and influenza. These are requirements for Americans but doesn't that say something about Black people of Africa having the ability to fight off viruses? If those sicknesses are not destroying the African countries why would the Coronavirus when Ebola didn't reek harm to all of Africa.
No cases have been confirmed so far in any of Africa’s 54 countries, but the risk of an outbreak is high, World Health Organization leaders say. Africa is home to 1.2 billion people, including an estimated 1 million Chinese nationals, who tend to work in business, construction, oil and mining. Flights from the Asian countries bring at least 1,000 travelers to the continent each day. With all these variables of present viruses and an influx of Chinese in the country you can come to a hypothesis that it is not the warm weather of Africa that is preventing the Coronavirus but possibly the dark melanated skin. Melanin is a protective pigment in skin that Caucasians and Asians don't have. Some sources are claiming that African skin resists the coronavirus because of superior genetics. Is there truth to this?
This claim started because the first African to be infected with the Coronavirus, Pavel Daryl Kem Senou, responded well to medical treatment, unlike thousands of others (non-africans) who contracted the virus and died soon after.