Covid-19: Learn from other countries about easing lockdown, researchers urge

@article{Griffin2020Covid19LF,
  title={Covid-19: Learn from other countries about easing lockdown, researchers urge},
  author={Shaun T. Griffin},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={2020},
  volume={370}
}
The authors of a new review of international experiences of easing lockdown during the covid-19 pandemic are urging governments to consider a “zero-covid-19” strategy to eliminate domestic transmission, among other measures.1 For their analysis in the Lancet the authors reviewed strategies for easing restrictions in nine high income countries: Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. They proposed five factors to consider when developing… 
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An exploration of the political, social, economic and cultural factors affecting how different global regions initially reacted to the COVID-19 pandemic
TLDR
Several themes may be relevant when comparing pandemic responses across different regions, because different populations reacted to the various pandemic restrictions, like masking, social distancing and self-isolation or self-quarantine.

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