Leaders' pandemic policies engendered varying levels of trust

As the COVID-19 pandemic exploded across the globe in early 2020, the world’s leaders were faced with a flurry of tough moral dilemmas. Should schools and businesses shut down, and if so, for how long? Who should receive scarce resources, such as ventilators, when there wouldn’t be enough for everyone? Should people be required to practice contact tracing to control the spread of infection? Should life-saving medicine be held for a country’s own citizens or shared with those in greater need?

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