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The U.K. Races to Catch Up on COVID-19

Professor Duncan Fairgrieve

The United Kingdom (U.K.) responded differently than other countries at the start of the coronavirus crisis. The government's initial policy, in hindsight, appears ill thought-through and has already faced growing criticism. The U.K. subsequently took a more orthodox approach—adopting social distancing measures, restricting movement, and ultimately implementing a nationwide lockdown.

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