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Let us be pragmatic | New Straits Times

#NSTletters It's been almost two years since #Covid19 was detected. #NationalRecoveryPlan

23/9/2021 7:57:00 PM

NSTletters It's been almost two years since Covid19 was detected. NationalRecoveryPlan

Countries have banned international travel and tourism activities, and imposed movement restrictions. Public health data have been used to formulate policies for the protection of public health across the world.

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