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Why standard ways of valuing health were set aside during the pandemic

By Subhash Pokhrel, Professor of Health Economics and Head, Department of Health Sciences, Brunel University London
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Governments around the world initially responded to COVID-19 according to the single most important aim: saving lives. But as the pandemic continued, affecting both health and finances, questions started arising as to what the right focus should be: protecting health or protecting the economy – or both. Implicitly, governments across the globe began considering a trade-off between the two in…

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