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Rescued at sea: how we can do more for essential workers as the pandemic persists

Reverend Stephen Miller gestures during a trip to deliver supplies to those stranded on visiting cargo vessels due to COVID-19, in Hong Kong, China March 22, 2021. Image: Lam Yik/REUTERS

John Letzing

Digital Editor, Strategic Intelligence, World Economic Forum

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