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Claiming tens of thousands of lives and infecting millions of people worldwide, the damage caused by the current novel coronavirus pandemic is widespread and seemingly never-ending. Most countries have experienced lockdowns and the closing of borders, and the economic impact of COVID-19 on parts of East Asia and South Asia, in particular, is expected to be severe. In this episode of Asia Insight, we catch up with previous interviewees in the Philippines, Mongolia and China to find out how they are faring and gauge their hopes and fears for the future.
originally posted by: 727Sky
Like many Asian countries (and many other non Asian countries) The 1% own 60% of the wealth and everything else they tend to control if it has any value.
There are many who live and work hand to mouth... IE no work no eat unless your family can help or you got a fishing net and pond.. If a big second wave hits like what is going on in China no telling what is going to happen to the truly poor and everyone else of any nation.