Key to Covid-powered challenges of 2022

Health minister Jane Ruth Aceng (2nd right, front row) receives a consignment of Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccines delivered as part of the UN-led Covax initiative at Entebbe International Airport on March 5. PHOTO | ABUBAKER LUBOWA 

What you need to know:

  • There will be no return to the status quo ante after Covid-19, because the pandemic has changed too many things. The challenge for the coming year is to move forward by redesigning and reimagining the domains of work, politics, public health, and economic policy, writes Ngaire Woods

After a year in which people longed to get back to “normal,” it is now clear that Covid-19 will not make this possible. 


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