Balancing data policies: what Covid-19 taught us

Coronavirus data

The success of pandemic management is measured by the efficiency of responses as well as the preparedness for the day that will come after. Amid the fight, while ensuring that any adverse effects are mitigated, one must not forget the necessity of being able to return to normal, nor compromise one’s readiness to define a new normal. We advocate that it is exactly now that we must learn from current events and prepare for the future, before the risk of complacency sets in.

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