How Did Syria Control the Pandemic So Well?

The American Herald Tribune newspaper, in an article by the Australian writer Tim Anderson, has hailed the measures taken by Syria to control the spread of COVID-19 pandemic despite the unfair western economic siege it has been suffering.

"This was not due to luck, nor to a laissez-faire Swedish style practice, as some pandemic denier friends of Syria have reported. On the contrary, the Syrian government: (1) took the virus threat seriously, communicating and maintaining trust with the Syrian people; (2) imposed strong quarantine and sanitary controls, but kept them under revision, flexible and targeted, so far as possible; and (3) imposed its quarantine and sanitary measures rapidly, well before the first infection was even detected," Anderson said in his article.


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 Hamda Mustafa