Tabadlab Policy Roundtable 05 – Lessons from Two Months of “Lockdown” in Pakistan

Hosted ByMosharraf Zaidi

The Covid-19 or Coronavirus has caused unprecedented disruptions to normalcy all across the globe. Pakistan’s various provincial governments and the national leadership began suppression measures in late February, and my mid March 2020, the term lockdown became synonymous with containment or suppression measures. Based on events, as well as robust research and in-depth analysis a number of Pakistani scholars and public policy practitioners have engaged with the ideal manner in which containment or suppression of the virus may be pursued. In this Tabadlab Policy Roundtable, the authors of the most important papers and ideas around how to “lockdown” the country and beat the virus.

This roundtable features: