When will the COVID-19 pandemic end?
Sarun Charumilind, Matt Craven, Jessica Lamb, Adam Sabow and Matt Wilson – McKinsey & Company
Normalcy by spring, and herd immunity by fall? We assess the prospects for an end in 2021.
In 1920, a world wearied by the First World War and sickened by the 1918 flu pandemic desperately sought to move past the struggles and tragedies and start to rebuild lives. People were in search of a “return to normalcy,” as Warren G. Harding put it. Today, nearly every country finds itself in a similar position. More than eight months and 900,000 deaths into the COVID-19 pandemic, people around the world are longing for an end.
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