The media’s focus as Covid-19 has washed over the globe has largely concentrated on urban centers, a preoccupation that is justified by the high case numbers in cities. Yet, as the pandemic slows, it is increasingly clear that Covid-19 has not been a solely urban public health phenomenon. Photographer Chris Allen and writer Sean Christie documented the experiences, successes and lessons learned in the rural hinterland of South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province, where a community banded together to combat Covid-19.
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