China’s containment efforts were effective but came at too high an economic cost, a study has found. Photo: AP China’s containment efforts were effective but came at too high an economic cost, a study has found. Photo: AP
China’s containment efforts were effective but came at too high an economic cost, a study has found. Photo: AP

Flattening the curve won’t lead to coronavirus turning point, study finds

  • Projections by Chinese-US team indicate South Korea and New Zealand are among the best in the global crisis at balancing economics with disease controls
  • China has been effective in suppressing the epidemic quickly but the strategy comes at too high a cost, researchers say

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China’s containment efforts were effective but came at too high an economic cost, a study has found. Photo: AP China’s containment efforts were effective but came at too high an economic cost, a study has found. Photo: AP
China’s containment efforts were effective but came at too high an economic cost, a study has found. Photo: AP
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