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AMID the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Philippines has unwittingly ensconced itself  in the record books as having imposed the longest lockdown in the world. Likewise, it has attracted attention for assembling the oddest task force to fight the pandemic, a squad full of soldiers but without a single epidemiologist.

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