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COVID-19 Pandemic Have Power to Make or Break Leaders
The current COVID-19 Pandemic results in panic, political opportunism, racism, xenophobia and debates around public health versus the economy, along with the
loss of more than 463510 precious lifes all over the world.
This COVID-19 Pandemic also have the power to make or break political leaders. The successful politicians or health leaders will not deny or delay . They conveyed accurate, timely information and act in time to fight against COVID-19.
Good Government public co-operation is the need of the hour to tackle the current COVID-19 spread without any bias based on race , religion, or ethnicity .
No competing interests
20 June 2020
Emeritus Professor of Neurology * Visiting Specialist in Neurology ** Consultant Neurologist ***
The Tamilnadu Dr.M.G.R. Medical University * Dhanalakshami Srinivasan Medical College ** ABC Hospital ***
Chennai 600032* Perambalure 621212** Trichy 620018*** Tamilnadu India