Are lockdowns the answer?


A little over a year ago, we were confronted by a rising political temperature and rumours of a national political equation change. As this happened, many of us were equally concerned over a virus emerging from Wuhan in China.

Fast forward a year later; we have undergone one strict national lockdown in the form of a movement control order from March to May 2020, and we have been under some form of restriction or another in order to combat Covid-19.

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Covid-19 , Lockdowns , Economic recovery , MCO , SOP

Ivanpal Singh Grewal

Ivanpal Singh Grewal

Ivanpal Singh Grewal is an Advocate & Solicitor. He was formerly Political Secretary to the Minister of Plantation Industries & Commodities.

   

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