Why Scotland’s slow and steady approach to covid-19 is working

@article{Sridhar2020WhySS,
  title={Why Scotland’s slow and steady approach to covid-19 is working},
  author={Devi Sridhar and A. Chen},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={2020},
  volume={370}
}
Deaths and new infections from covid-19 are falling to low levels in Scotland. Devi Sridhar and Adriel Chen look at how the country is on course to eliminate the virus 

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