China’s two health care systems


THE RECENT surge in covid-19 instances has uncovered the gulf between China’s city and rural healthcare system. How huge is the hole and what’s being carried out to bridge it?

The Economist’s Beijing bureau chief, David Rennie, and senior China correspondent, Alice Su, hear how medical doctors in cities and villages are dealing with the rise in covid infections. Winnie Yip, professor of the follow of world well being coverage and economics at Harvard College of Public Well being, assesses the Chinese language authorities’s plans to revitalise healthcare. Runtime: 37 min

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