A pan-European pandemic: how the EU is pushing back
As the second wave is unfolding across Europe, what are our neighbour nations doing about it? And will a new strategy emerge where the European Union collaborates to fight Covid-19 as a cohesive unit?
The majority of countries could only look on enviously last week as Taiwan celebrated a staggering 200 days without community transmission of the coronavirus. Such an achievement is little more than a pipe dream for much of Europe, as it faces a second wave of the pandemic that threatens to eclipse the devastation of the first.
Ireland no longer looks out of step: indeed, our restrictions now look timely or even prescient with several countries across...
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