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Pakistan, much like most of the world, is grappling with the complex and conflicting imperatives of easing the lockdowns crippling its economy while avoiding a disastrous second wave of infections. To understand a path forward, it’s important to look back on the gains (and losses) already.

Locking Out The Virus is Tabadlab’s analysis of approximately two months of containment policies, or what has been described as the “lockdown” in Pakistan has generated a number of tentative conclusions about what has happened thus far, and what needs to happen henceforth.


Analysis: Umar Nadeem

Research: Amna Zaidi and Noman Javed

Design: Sidra Reza

Umar Nadeem is a Fellow at Tabadlab. His experience spans engagements with governments, multilateral organizations and corporations in Asia, Europe and Africa with a focus on governance, service delivery, digital transformation and innovation. Umar holds a Master of Public Policy from Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford.

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