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The socioeconomic cost of the Covid-19 Pandemic

Stuti Banerjee | Indian Council of World Affairs
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The Coronavirus first made its presence felt in China in early November 2019 and since then we have had more than 11.3 million cases and over 532 thousand deaths across the world. It has been with us for more than six months with the scientific community still uncertain about the cure and the possibility of a second wave  of infections. Countries around the world have been pushed to follow self-imposed economic restrictions, including production and commerce. The larger the informal economy in a country, the more jobs lost and economic hardship. The recession that has been predicated is unique in […]
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