Commuters wearing masks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease walk through an MTR station in Hong Kong on December 1. Photo: Reuters
Commuters wearing masks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease walk through an MTR station in Hong Kong on December 1. Photo: Reuters
Joshua M. Zimmerman
Opinion

Opinion

Joshua M. Zimmerman

Two years on, why most Covid-19 conventional wisdom is wrong

  • Policies that aim to curb a virus that is already becoming endemic, at great cost to the economy, human relations and our mental health, just won’t succeed
  • There is one thing we should be doing, though: encouraging vaccination. And Covid-19 policy should unapologetically favour the vaccinated majority

Commuters wearing masks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease walk through an MTR station in Hong Kong on December 1. Photo: Reuters
Commuters wearing masks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease walk through an MTR station in Hong Kong on December 1. Photo: Reuters
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