How did America handle the covid-19 pandemic?

How did America handle the covid-19 pandemic?

TWO YEARS later, even cautious Democrats feel confident that America is entering a new, less serious phase of the covid-19 pandemic. But depending on how you measure it, America’s coronavirus death toll has just passed a terrible milestone – a million. How America handles covid-19?

The Economist‘s Sondre Solstad leads us through the data. We look at how Florida has handled the pandemic. And The Economist‘s Tamara Gilkes Borr investigates why America was unprepared for the virus’ attack.

John Prideaux presents with Charlotte Howard and Idrees Kahloon. Playing time: 42 min

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