How Can Lessons Learned From Countering Terrorism Assist In The Fight Against COVID-19?

By Nikita Malik

Like the adverse effects of a terrorist attack, COVID-19 – the pandemic crippling the global community – is impacting the way we live our lives.

Changes to our daily routines have illustrated similarities in government approaches to health and security crises. It starts with language: Health Secretary Matt Hancock recently addressed NHS staff on being on the front line of “what we’ve rightly called a war”.

 

Read the full article in Forbes

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