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A granular look at UK's COVID-19 'red list' shows why it's deeply flawed

By Timothy A. Carey, Director: Institute of Global Health Equity Research, Andrew Weiss Chair of Research in Global Health, University of Global Health Equity
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Earlier this year the UK introduced a “traffic light” system in yet another attempt to contain and mitigate the effects of COVID-19. The system assigned the status of either red, amber, or green to other countries with each colour indicating different rules for a range of things including terms of travel and quarantine requirements.

In mid-September the UK government announced a change to the three lists: the amber and green colours were replaced with one “

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