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COVID-19 economic vulnerability vs health emergency

Source(s):  Asian Preparedness Partnership (APP)
National Humanitarian Network of Pakistan (NHN)
Pakistan Resilience Partnership

The issue of this fifth journal is dedicated to the COVID-19 pandemic. It focuses on the challenges, their implications, and possible solutions to address the economic vulnerability during the health emergency.

The most relevant articles in this issue, are:

  • Containment of spread of COVID-19 while keeping pace of socio-economic activities: a difficult trade off (p. 1);
  • Impact on the marginalised and what the government can do to minimize its effects (p. 7);
  • The government's response (p. 9).

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  • COVID-19 economic vulnerability vs health emergency
  • Publication date 2020
  • Author(s) Zulfiqar, Sana; Hamayun, Muhammad
  • Number of pages 20 p.

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