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THE number of people infected with the Covid-19 will undoubtedly reach 70,000, having passed 69,000 yesterday.

We have seen the developments surrounding the outbreak and in general it is not entirely erroneous to say that we were not well prepared. Not that we are undermining the tireless and commendable efforts that have been undertaken, but just like with any crisis, we try to mitigate the effects and contain the impact post-event. Is a coronavirus epidemic something that has never been anticipated, predicted or warned about before?

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