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Passeport, masque et passe sanitaire sont les indispensables cet été pour voyager. © Rarrarorro / Shutterstock 0

Numérique et Covid-19 : la liberté face au contrôle

Ce lundi 9 août voit l’entrée en vigueur du passe sanitaire. Cette décision résulte d’une réflexion sur l’évolution des stratégies, envisagées ou déployées dans le cadre de la lutte contre la Covid-19. Le sujet n’est pas nouveau. Dès 1999, un groupe d’experts américains du Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identifiait plusieurs scénarios en fonction du type d’agents infectieux.


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Resolution, recovery and reinvention: How Australia can help Southeast Asia respond to Covid-19

After the Covid-19 pandemic is over, we are likely to face a world in which the nations with strong foundations are stronger and the weak are further weakened. The World Bank has already predicted that 11 million additional people in East Asia and the Pacific region will fall below the poverty line, and other economic performance predictions are even more dire. In Southeast Asia, in particular, socioeconomic disparities are likely to deepen. The repercussions of Covid-19 are, in many ways, already undoing the regionalism efforts that ASEAN has been pursuing for decades.

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There are THREE distinct strains of the novel coronavirus in the world and while China’s epidemic was driven by an early mutation that quickly spread in the UK, the US is suffering from an original variation

Three types of the deadly coronavirus are spreading around the world – and the US is being rocked by the original strain from China. Cambridge University researchers mapped the genetic history of the infection from December to March and found three distinct, but closely related, variants.

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