As South Africa eases out of a stringent initial lockdown, critics suggest that economic devastation and loss of life from neglected diseases will far outstrip the repercussions of the coronavirus pandemic.
Lockdown regulations are easing across South Africa, heralding a rise in the movement of people as schools and businesses reopen and the labour force gets back to work. Infections are expected to spike.
Italy, once the epicentre of Covid-19 in Europe, has seen many of its residents affected by the pandemic. But migrants, homeless and elderly people, and women in abusive relationships have been hardest hit.