What does the forced closure of businesses, forced vacations, and other quarantine restrictions cost the economy? Researchers from the Center for Economic Strategy in an analytical brief talk about the possibility of transition from national to adaptive quarantine. The principles of adaptive quarantine are the minimum possible restrictions based on a clear assessment of the epidemic situation in a particular area (mass testing), compensation for negative consequences – both monetary and organizational, the application of strict sanitary norms to all spheres of public life and public awareness. How it should work – read here (in Ukrainian).
The Center for Economic Strategy is a non-governmental think tank on economic policy, founded in May 2015. The task of the CES is to support reforms in Ukraine in order to achieve sustainable economic growth. The Center carries out an independent analysis of the most important aspects of public policy, as well as works to strengthen public support for reforms.
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