EUROPE: The politics of lockdown exit strategies

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This week’s update includes analysis of how selected European governments are planning to wind down some of the economic measures adopted to counter the effects of Covid-19. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you want to discuss any of the countries mentioned in more detail. Italy Exit strategy: Businesses, including shops, bars, restaurants, and barbers, reopened on 18 May. Swimming pools, gyms, and sports centers will follow on 25 May. Citizens are now free to travel within their region. Nationwide travel will resume on 3 June, when EU tourists will be able to travel
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Todavía hay un montón de gobernadores e intendentes que no se dieron cuenta que la estrategia de cerrar todo y cero contagios es mucho peor que las demás. Te obliga a seguir así hasta que se puedan vacunar todos y no asegura exito, con pico cuando la gente se cansa del encierro.

“A century after the ratification of the 19th Amendment, Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s pioneering career as a scholar, advocate, and judge stands as a monument to the power of dissent,” Jill Lepore writes. http://nyer.cm/gQ9oqdE

It's misleading to say that 2 billion masks were purchased by United Front link unless you believe all Chinese business & organisations are somehow part of the United Front.

This is yet another example of caricaturising diverse actors & behaviour with the UF magic buzzword. https://twitter.com/next_china/status/1307205539416485890

Bloomberg Next China@next_china

China’s United Front was able to send 2 billion masks back to the country as other nations began realizing their own need for PPE https://trib.al/BDW84wB via @BW

Dialoguitos en "Me dicen en el Gobierno"
- El plan económico lo hablé con el Papa Francisco
- Me podés anticipar de qué se trata?
- Sí. Esperamos un milagro.

I'm not sure why people are surprised by Suga's polls given that Abe's numbers held up for years even as he not only was accused of influence peddling -- but with consistently more than 70% of poll respondents saying they didn't believe his explanations for the accusations.

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