A View from Rural Africa: Why the "Difficulties" of Social Distancing is a "First World Problem"

Westerners complaining about social distancing preventing them from accessing their usual entertainment options make a mockery of everyday life in rural Africa. Yet, rural Africans still enjoy life without the luxury of digital stimulations.

A View from Rural Africa: Why the "Difficulties" of Social Distancing is a "First World Problem"
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