Following the emergence of Omicron in late November, Canada and several other countries placed travel restrictions on 10 African nations. While the measures are no longer in force, their effects will be felt for a long time to come.
For the decolonization of global health to succeed, there is a need for Global South countries to step up and address the legacies of colonialism within their health and education sectors.
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