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Southeast Asia: The new covid-19 epicentre


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Western countries have seemingly turned the tide against Covid-19 (China and India have also administered between 640 million and 208 million doses, respectively). The middle East is showing promise in vaccinating its citizens. Health experts even predict some countries could be months or even weeks from being able to come out on the other side. The attention is now on Southeast Asia. As infections jump, a new round of restrictions has come into play. Electronic companies have had to lockdown factories, construction sites have been ravaged by new cases, vaccination programs are helter-skelter. Japan, on the cusp of the Olympic […]

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