10 November, 2020
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A second wave of Covid-19 and is lockdown the answer?
Is there any precedent from previous pandemics that strengthen the argument for allowing naturally acquired herd immunity in Covid-19?
How important is herd immunity as a solution, when we are still learning about how long antibodies against Covid-19 last, and some countries are already spotting reinfections?
When compared with Nordic neighbours, Sweden’s herd immunity model had limited dividends in terms of economic gain. How does it look now, as Europe battles a second wave?
So, what approaches globally are good examples of how to best handle this pandemic, especially for a country like India?
How far is India from achieving herd immunity?
Data suggests around 10% of deaths in India are of those aged 26-44. Which age groups should be allowed to live their lives normally, and with what caveats?
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