What imprint will Covid-19 have on Southeast Asia? In the first few months of the pandemic attention has focused on health, and the socio-economic spillovers. These will continue to evolve and deepen as the crisis unfolds.
Some point symbolically to the masks the parliamentarians were wearing as silencing their voices.
Join a discussion on how Malaysia’s Selangor state’s approach to COVID-19 complements and differs from the measures implemented by the Ministry of Health of the federal government with two members of the Selangor State Task Force on COVID-19 – former minister of health Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad and Dr Helmi Zakariah. The discussion highlights the role that analytics, technology and science play in addressing the public health challenge of COVID-19.
The new Asia Barometer Survey finds greater tolerance of diversity but also growing political division and disenchantment with democracy since the last survey in 2015.