Linda A. Newson, “Beyond the Pathogen: Cultural Influences on the Impact of Epidemics Viewed from History”
Gideon Lasco, “The Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) Outbreak in the Philippines in 2003”
Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr., “Preparedness, Agility, and the Philippine Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic: The Early Phase in Comparative Southeast Asian Perspective”
Wataru Kusaka, “Duterte’s Disciplinary Quarantine: How a Moral Dichotomy was Constructed and Undermined”
Roderick Galam, “Care and Solidarity in the Time of Covid-19: The Pandemic Experiences of Filipinos in the UK”
Greg Bankoff, “Old Ways and New Fears: Bayanihan and Covid-19”
Michael D. Pante, “The Penalty of Mobility in Manila during Periods of Public Health Crises”
Maria Regina Justina E. Estuar, Joshua Uyheng, Marlene De Leon, Daniel Joseph Benito, Elvira De Lara-Tuprio, Carlo Estadilla, and Timothy Teng, “Science and Public Service during a Pandemic: Reflections from the Scientists of the Philippine Government’s Covid-19 Surveillance Platform”
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