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Singapore - from Pandemic to Endemic


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Singapore hopefully leading the way for many SEA Nations by possibly downgrading Covid to "seasonal flu" and coping on it with an endemic approach.

This WSJ article also suggest Australia needs to change their strategy towards coping and moving forward with it, accusing the Australian govt being in "denial"

https://www.wsj.com/articles/from-pandemic-to-endemic-singapore-creates-model-for-living-with-covid-19-11625137201

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Yes, i posted about this a few weeks ago, that some countries in SEA are coming to the conclusion they can't close themselves off forever, nor is zero covid realistic in a global world.  Seems dependant on a good vaccine roll out, then open up, lets get on with life. 

So therein lies the problem with many such countries so far ...

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10 hours ago, Butch said:

This WSJ article also suggest Australia needs to change their strategy towards coping and moving forward with it, accusing the Australian govt being in "denial"

https://www.wsj.com/articles/from-pandemic-to-endemic-singapore-creates-model-for-living-with-covid-19-11625137201

Look! The Federal Australian govt comes up with a new plan about every second day.

If that isn't changing strategy I don't know what is.

 

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