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Keep calm and carry on: what is the logic behind Britain's coronavirus bet?

Reuters Friday, 13 March 2020
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has cautioned that more families will lose their loved ones to the coronavirus but has taken a distinctly different approach to tackling the outbreak.
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