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Gerald Kariuki
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Will leaders and politicians across the world still ignore healthcare over after this pandemic?

We have seen how easily nations across the world are armed and prepared for war. Armies have huge budgets and the number of police or people in military is seen as a sign of strength. This pandemic has changed that outlook completely. Doctors are now our for-front soldiers but things may get back to normal after the virus because we are people who easily forget.

Do you think we have learnt our lesson or will we pick up our ignorance when things get back to normal? As Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum said, the world has long been questioning where the true power lies. Does economy drive politics or the other way round? The coronavirus spread has shown that healthcare is the main power that shapes the economy and politics at a time when a disease brought nations to a standstill.

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  1. I don’t even know why we are talking about this, nothing will ever be the same again. This is where the line is drawn, things will change so fast that we will not even be sure what to do. The best thing is to be prepared for the worst as we expect the best.

    I don’t even know why we are talking about this, nothing will ever be the same again. This is where the line is drawn, things will change so fast that we will not even be sure what to do. The best thing is to be prepared for the worst as we expect the best.

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