Lessons from a zombie pandemic

The Walking Dead's Lauren Cohan shares what her time on the television hit series has taught her about how to deal with the Covid-19 situation

ACTRESS LAUREN COHAN (above, foreground), who plays Maggie in The Walking Dead, on what to do in a hypothetical apocalypse
ACTRESS LAUREN COHAN (above, foreground), who plays Maggie in The Walking Dead, on what to do in a hypothetical apocalypsePHOTO: AMC

What lessons can a zombie pandemic offer the world today?

One of the cast members of The Walking Dead (2010 to present), Lauren Cohan, says the post-apocalyptic television hit - about people struggling to survive when a zombie virus sweeps the globe - taught her a thing or two about confronting this year's coronavirus outbreak and gave her a more hopeful way of looking at it.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on September 30, 2020, with the headline 'Lessons from a zombie pandemic'. Print Edition | Subscribe