Covid-19: Social murder, they wrote—elected, unaccountable, and unrepentant

  title={Covid-19: Social murder, they wrote—elected, unaccountable, and unrepentant},
  author={Kamran Abbasi},
  • K. Abbasi
  • Published 3 February 2021
  • Medicine
  • BMJ
After two million deaths, we must have redress for mishandling the pandemic 
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