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Title: Coronavirus quarantine violators highlight humanity's skewed perception of its mortality, public's inability to assess risk
Authors: Srivastava, Vatsalya
Keywords: Coronavirus
COVID-19
Issue Date: 29-Mar-2020
Publisher: First Post
Citation: Srivastava, V. (March 29, 2020). Coronavirus quarantine violators highlight humanity's skewed perception of its mortality, public's inability to assess risk. First Post
Description: Until January 2020, anthropogenic climate change was the most clear and present danger facing human civilisation. We were told we had to act soon and we had to act collectively to avoid the worst effects of increasing global temperatures, and by all accounts, we still have to.
URI: https://www.firstpost.com/health/coronavirus-quarantine-violators-highlight-humanitys-skewed-perception-of-its-mortality-publics-inability-to-assess-risk-8200261.html
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