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Thai Odyssey

It was January 5th, 2022, and my plans to go to Murwillumbah were definitely a no go. There was simply too much Covid around and my aunt and uncle were just too old to take the risk. But uni break was more than half over and the travel sirens were singing to me and they […]

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Zeros and Crosses: A Game of COVID-19 Public Health Policy in Europe.

“I was talking to a colleague recently when she suggested that the success of North Korea’s COVID-19 management was due to a policy ordering anyone who tested positive to be shot. While this was clearly, at least I hope, a callous and morbid joke. It made me wonder. How close does this fabricated utilitarian approach mirror health policy in the world currently?”

Jonathan Tracey looks at inequality in the COVID-19 pandemic.

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South Korea: A COVID-19 Success Story to Country in Crisis

South Korea had early successes in it’s fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. But eventually, case numbers multiplied and the outbreak continued to grow.

Georgia Hockley takes us into South Korea’s response and looks into how their public health measures fared over time

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