20 months into the pandemic

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20 months into the pandemic

At the start of the pandemic, much of the Western world followed a similar playbook for tackling Covid-19.

Spikes in transmission were met with lockdowns; international travel was heavily restricted; and though domestic constraints frequently proved controversial, hygiene measures like social distancing, hand-washing and mask-wearing were strongly encouraged — if not legally mandated.
 
But those days are behind us. Pandemic management now differs widely from country to country — with the face mask just one example of the world’s increasingly fractured approach to Covid-19.
 
The science behind masks is fairly clear, and has only become more robust over the course of the pandemic. Studies have shown that masks significantly decrease the chances of transmitting coronavirus, and some types of masks can help prevent their wearers from catching the virus.

Pandemic management now differs widely from country to country — with the face mask just one example of the world’s increasingly fractured approach to Covid-19.

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