COVID-19 Policy Reports for Recovery in the Eastern Caribbean: Analysis, Scenarios and Considerations for Opening to Tourism

Dec 29, 2020

Given the vulnerabilities and dependencies of the Eastern Caribbean region, assessing and addressing the socio-economic impacts of COVID-19 including possible scenarios and technical assistance for the reopening of the economy has been a central element of UNDP's response in the Eastern Caribbean.

This reopening dialogue benefits from the added support of ISGlobal, a consolidated hub of excellence in research, with platforms in the Latin America and African regions and focuses on transferring of knowledge to close the gaps in health disparities between and within different regions of the world. This joint support aims at bolstering decision-making processes to safely reopen the economy as the region navigates the delicate balance between population health and economic viability.

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