Although many pandemic experts predicted the COVID-19 pandemic to follow the path of other pandemics in history and drizzle away after two years, the Omicron variants have pushed the timeline to now approach three. Inevitably, Governments across the globe have been hard-pressed to work alone within their borders as well as together across borders while striving to balance health and economy. Within the diverse community of ERIA Member States alone, a variety of measures have been tackled to survive through attempts to balance each nation’s health and economy.
This webinar series offers the opportunity to share knowledge and experience from each ERIA Member State (EMS) about what they have learned to be most effective, in order to more smoothly exit this pandemic and if necessary, how to live with its endemicity as well as to better prepare for upcoming ones.
In the first part of this series, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, India, Japan, and a senior economist from ERIA shared their notable policy experiences. Due to popular demand, this part two will invite six speakers from other EMSs (candidates are Cambodia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Viet Nam, Australia, and China). The webinar will be conducted in English.
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