COVID-19

A “small” European solidarity gift

Italy has been one of the most harshly affected European countries after the escalation of the coronavirus pandemic. The virus has inflicted billions of losses both to state organizations and private business likewise. According to several national estimates, Italy will see a loss of GDP equal to almost 10% throughout the whole and still ongoing pandemic. The
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Why are Western Countries more unsuccessful than East Asian countries in battling the Coronavirus?

Contrary to its usual status of superiority, Western countries have been hit particularly hard by the Coronavirus, with around 9 million cumulative cases in Europe and 20 million in America. Meanwhile, although East Asian countries were among the first to report covid-19 cases, they have been doing relatively much better in terms of new cases
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112 Long Days of Hibernation: The Story of Melbourne’s COVID-19 Battle So Far

The second wave of toilet paper hoarding hit Australia in late June, and purchase limits were reintroduced in the country’s biggest supermarket chains. However, life is slowly starting to pick up its pace again in Melbourne and the entire state of Victoria after one of the world’s strictest COVID-19 lockdowns of nearly four months. Melbourne,
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Asymmetry: The Disproportionate Effects of Covid-19 on Women

The invasive nature of the Covid-19 pandemic does not rest solely on biological factors: it has abruptly influenced vital areas of our existence, such as education, employment, and family life. Although the virus itself can spread equally amongst individuals, women worldwide have experienced more social and economic disadvantages as a result of the pandemic than
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