A health worker collects a nasal swab sample from a man to test for the coronavirus in Paris, as France cautiously eases its two-month lockdown. Photo: AP
Swee Kheng Khor
Opinion

Opinion

Swee Kheng Khor

Until there’s a Covid-19 vaccine, here are three ways governments can make decisions to restart their countries

  • We all want to restart our economies and societies as safely and quickly as possible while we wait for a coronavirus vaccine, but how?
  • Governments can have predictable time schedules for decisions, use predictable decision criteria, and gradually reopen by sectors not geographies
A health worker collects a nasal swab sample from a man to test for the coronavirus in Paris, as France cautiously eases its two-month lockdown. Photo: AP
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