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Every country in the world is battling the novel corona-virus in its own way. Epidemiologists are churning out computer models of how the infection will spread and how many people will die. Scientists are struggling to understand the nature of the virus. Countries are looking at how each has fared and wondering which model to follow to minimise death and economic disruption. As the very articulate foreign affairs minister of Singapore, Dr Vivian Balakrishnan, put it, “In fact, this is an acid test of every country’s quality of healthcare, the standard of governance and the social capital. And if any one of this tripod

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