Coronavirus, a global business

Healthcare workers are at the forefront during this epidemic of coronavirus where now 1.7 billion people worldwide are confined. JOHN MOORE / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / AFP

By: Marie-France Chatin Follow

For the first time in history, the world is facing the same crisis at the same time. It is a leaden screed which is falling on the planet. All governments are going to have to fight. Some will fight more than others.


The international community appears very nonexistent in the face of a tragedy for which the world was not prepared. Look at what the crisis is revealing on the international level and the lessons that will have to be learned.


- André Loesekrug-Pietri , director of the Joint European Disruptive Initiative

- Xavier Guilhou , specialist in risk prevention, crisis management and strategic decision support.

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