I’ve been eager to connect more directly with readers as the world is being rocked by COVID-19 and the Trump presidency. So I recently held a webinar with 530 Inquirer readers on Zoom about the lessons the White House should have learned from nations such as Germany and South Korea that successfully contained the virus.

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The global response to the coronavirus is a topic I’ve covered extensively over the past few months, including these columns:

And here are some clips from my COVID-19 webinar:

Good health systems were crucial to countries that handled COVID-19 well

We can learn from other countries that have already re-opened schools

It makes no sense for the U.S. to withdraw from the World Health Organization during a pandemic

How the blame game with China distracts from fighting COVID-19

The surprising truth about who handles a pandemic best: autocracies or democracies

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