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While our year of lockdowns might have been necessary, Adam Wagner warns that when governments given themselves drastic powers, they rarely give them back without a battle. Stephen Buranyi uncovers how Big Pharma is using its vaccine success to double down on profits rather than protect the world; Sunetra Gupta and Gabriel Scally debate whether it′s worth trying to eliminate Covid altogether. And from Amazon to Ann Summers, we reveal who has had a good pandemic.
Plus: an interview with Carlo Rovelli, master of the universe, Julia Bell on how an ex-student got radicalised online and Jon Day reflects on the ruthless intimacy of Philip Roth.