The world has entered a new phase of the coronavirus crisis with countries needing to find ways to successfully live with the virus. As the pandemic continues to expand, the economic and societal impact of measures aimed at suppressing it are being increasingly felt.
What approach has Japan embraced and why?
How successful has bidirectional contact tracing and cluster-busting been in curbing the virus in Japan?
And as the likelihood of the virus becoming endemic grows, how can populations learn to ‘co-exist’ with it?
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