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Contributing yet another paper to the myriad of scientific and scholarly articles about the Covid-19 pandemic, this paper presents a short global and local overview of the world situation after Covid-19 from the perspective of Slovenia. It begins with issues where, during the pandemic, global and local meet and proceed with detection and reflection of the situation at the time of writing, i.e. the summer of 2020, when the pandemic is far from being under control, especially in the (wild?) West. Only as much as necessary, the paper presents the Slovenian part of the story: what really matters is to understand the pandemic as global. Medicalisation and state repression are the key issues discussed in the text.
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