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Exit Strategy: How to make it work

India Today Editor-in-Chief talks about how to to get the economy back on track while ensuring there is no resurgence of Covid-19, in the April 27, 2020 edition of the India Today Magazine.

As the deadly coronavirus rages across the world, it has put many facets of a country to test, its medical infrastructure, its economy, its social security net, the discipline of its people and the nature of its polity. Most importantly, it has tested the mettle of its leaders. The president of one of the richest and most powerful countries in the world—the idiosyncratic Donald Trump—has been floundering, with disastrous consequences. He was first in denial of the crisis, then he acted too late, causing confusion with dubious medical advice, quarrelling with state governors over jurisdiction, seeming more interested in reviving the economy than in saving lives and, in a final

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