Even with a coming vaccine, we have to radically rethink our approach
Covid-19 is surging back, threatening to overrun hospitals, cause long-term illness and more deaths. The disease will be with us for the foreseeable future. Unless it is contained, there will be more misery and the increased risk of serious social disruption.
In many countries, containment strategies involve restrictions on people’s movements and lockdowns. These have serious economic and social consequences and should be applied sparingly.
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