Dissecting Data: The economy after a year into the COVID-19 pandemic

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President Rodrigo Duterte placed the entire National Capital Region (NCR) under strict quarantine to arrest the spread of COVID-19 across the Philippines. In the days, weeks, and months that followed, he expanded the quarantine to the rest of the country, introduced four levels of quarantine protocols, and conducted weekly assessments of the coronavirus outbreak to determine what to do with the lockdowns moving forward.

A year since that day, the Philippines now has the longest COVID-19 lockdown in the world and it is still ongoing. What was the impact of the lockdown? What were the consequences? Did it accomplish its purpose in slowing and stopping the outbreak? 

The ABS-CBN Data Analytics breaks the data down.

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