Amid the onslaught of the coronavirus pandemic, the government and government services here and elsewhere have shifted to the centre of people’s lives. The government’s main drive has always been to render public services that are not only relevant to the current situation but are also qualitative.

The challenges are immense, but through the concerted efforts of the government, health scientists, the private sector, civil organisations and the public, we have remained resolute in finding sustainable and evidence-based solutions. The current second wave has placed a strain on not only public resources and infrastructure but also the economy, and resulted in the country being placed under adjusted alert level 3...

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