My Thoughts One Year On | The Novel Outbreak

Apr 01 , 2021 | COVID-19

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It’s been over a year since the world first went on lockdown. Since then, it’s become clear that while the pandemic continues to impact everyone, it doesn’t impact all people the same. Over the last year, our Host James Chau has had conversations with the global experts that have shaped our understanding of this unprecedented problem. The China Current takes a moment to reflect on a year of pandemic stories.


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