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    It’s a tale of two worlds. Vaccines and clement spring weather easing lockdown restrictions in the West while new variants spread in unvaccinated Asia, Africa and Latin America. Are superpower tensions fueling discord when we should all be pulling together? Does China need to do more to dispel doubts about the origins of Covid-19?

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