It’s no coincidence that two countries with no living memory of pandemics, Britain and the United States, are suffering more from Covid-19 than anywhere else in the world. Illustration: Mario Riviera It’s no coincidence that two countries with no living memory of pandemics, Britain and the United States, are suffering more from Covid-19 than anywhere else in the world. Illustration: Mario Riviera
It’s no coincidence that two countries with no living memory of pandemics, Britain and the United States, are suffering more from Covid-19 than anywhere else in the world. Illustration: Mario Riviera
Simon Parry
Opinion

Opinion

Simon Parry

An expat who fled the coronavirus in Hong Kong for Britain regrets his decision

  • Because of Hong Kong’s proximity to ground zero, he thought he stood a better chance of sidestepping the pandemic overseas
  • But as the death toll climbs daily in the UK and the US, he discovered that he came to the wrong conclusion

It’s no coincidence that two countries with no living memory of pandemics, Britain and the United States, are suffering more from Covid-19 than anywhere else in the world. Illustration: Mario Riviera It’s no coincidence that two countries with no living memory of pandemics, Britain and the United States, are suffering more from Covid-19 than anywhere else in the world. Illustration: Mario Riviera
It’s no coincidence that two countries with no living memory of pandemics, Britain and the United States, are suffering more from Covid-19 than anywhere else in the world. Illustration: Mario Riviera
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