China goes its own way as the world opens up, but a course correction is in the cards

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There is a growing global consensus — including in Canada — that COVID-19 is here to stay, and that we will need to adapt. China is the exception: the country’s official position is that one case of the virus is too many. But China is going to have to change course.

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