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COVID-19 has been a setback for women. Gender-responsive policies can stem the losses

Women have continued working throughout the pandemic to support their families, despite the risk to their health. Image: REUTERS/Niharika Kulkarni.

Ruma Bhargava

Country Lead, Healthcare, World Economic Forum

Dr Megha Bhargava

Deputy Commissioner Income Tax, Ministry of Finance, Government of India

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