Leaders around the world have employed different strategies in fighting COVID19.
None more controversially than Sweden, a country that never went into lockdown. And the UK, who never closed their borders and finds the government facing blunder after blunder.
As for China... we haven't heard much about how the virus is going there lately.
So The Quicky thought it was time to catch up with three very different strategies and see how life is inside each of these countries.
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Host/Producer: Claire Murphy
Executive Producer: Melanie Tait
Audio Producer: Ian Camilleri
Guests: Lotta Haegg, Journalist in London; Carrie Soderberg, Journalist in Sweden.
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