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COVID-19: How can airports help in the fight against future pandemics?

Airports transport millions of people around the world everyday - yet we haven't given this fact enough consideration in terms of public health. Image: Unsplash/Artur Tumasjan

Anu Pillai

Digital Transformation Leader, Engineering, Construction, Operations and Airports, Domain and Consulting, Wipro

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