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31st Jul 2020

What do people across the world think of the UK’s handling of the pandemic?

Josh Kaplan

With over 300,000 confirmed cases and nearly 50,000 deaths, the UK government’s coronavirus response has been widely criticised at home. Keir Starmer has spent weeks at the dispatch box trying to pin down the Prime Minister on everything from PPE to contact tracing. The government has already promised an inquiry into their handling of the pandemic and the crisis earlier this year in our care homes. 

But how do we look to the rest of the world?

We showed some of the UK’s coronavirus moments to an American, a Canadian and an Italian to see how people outside the UK see us.