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By Jose Manuel Barroso - Sep 26,2022
GENEVA  —  After two-and-a-half years of lockdowns, quarantines, and mask mandates, billions of people around the world have returned to their normal lives. But in many ways, this newfound sense of post-pandemic normalcy is misleading.
By Jose Manuel Barroso - Apr 10,2022
GENEVA  —  History has shown that some of the most dangerous periods of pandemics come when life returns to normal too soon.
By Jose Manuel Barroso - Jan 23,2022
GENEVA  —  Two years into the worst pandemic in a century, it is tempting to think that the world is stuck in a time warp, unable to shake off a virus that has so far killed more than 5.5 million people and wrecked countless livelihoods.
By Jose Manuel Barroso - Nov 07,2021
BRUSSELS — The COVID-19 pandemic has instilled many harsh lessons. But the most important is that infectious-disease outbreaks pose a risk not just to public health but also to global security.
By Jose Manuel Barroso - Feb 24,2021
GENEVA  —  The arrival of the first COVID-19 vaccines in late 2020 brought fresh hope that the end of the pandemic was within sight.
By Jose Manuel Barroso - Oct 23,2014
Over the past 10 years, the European Union has endured a series of unprecedented crises, the likes of which we are unlikely to see again.


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