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A cultural influence

Max Serjeant considers the effect of culture and religion on the way countries managed the pandemic.

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CULTURE AND SCIENCE INTERACTED when governments decided how best to react to the unexpected challenges of COVID-19. China and Singapore, for example, were much more willing to compromise their citizen’s liberties than their European counterparts. Interestingly, countries like Australia and New Zealand – usually thought of as distant Western outposts – followed their geographic neighbours despite appearing culturally and religiously very different.

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