The Philippines will struggle with the coronavirus pandemic for two more years if it does not alter its current strategy to combat the disease and replace the leaders implementing it, according to one of the country’s top medical experts.Dr Anthony Leachon, a former senior adviser to the country’s anti-Covid National Task Force, told This Week in Asia the government’s efforts this year “could have been led better with a sense of urgency, agility and teamwork”.Leachon was sacked from his job by…



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