The success of China, writes the magazine, is mainly due to the administrative system strong, which can be mobilized in the event of a threat, combined with the ready agreement of the chinese population to obey the procedures of public health requirements. "Even if other nations do not have the policy based on command and control in the case of China, writes the magazine, there are some important lessons that presidents and prime ministers can learn from the chinese experience. The signs are that these lessons have not been learnt".
Up to this time, writes the magazine, the evidence suggests that the giant effort of the chinese government has saved thousands of lives. The high-income countries that now face the epidemic must take calculated risks and act in a more decided manner. Must abandon the fear of the economic consequences and short-term policies that may follow the restriction of personal freedom as part of control measures the most decided".
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