COVID-19 was first detected in December 2019 and on 11 March 2020 it was officially declared a global pandemic. Since then, it has triggered simultaneous health, social and economic crises around the world. To stop the spread of the virus, within and between countries, governments took unprecedented measures, aiming to “flatten the curve” of infection so that health systems were not overwhelmed. They instituted lockdowns, border controls, and travel bans, while closing schools and suspending rail, road, ship and air travel.

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