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COVID-19 in Southeast Asia: much more than a health crisis

Abstract : COVID-19 cases have risen exponentially in Southeast Asia in the past few months – at one time deaths were increasing at the fastest pace in the world. With the advance of the Delta variant, the region and its 655 million population have now become a pandemic hotspot due to geographical, political and socioeconomic factors.
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Gabriel Facal, Ian Douglas, Khoo Ying, Rosalia Sciortino, Sarah Andrieu. COVID-19 in Southeast Asia: much more than a health crisis. 2021. ⟨hal-03323691⟩

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