Michael Osterholm, who founded the University of Minnesota’s Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy, warned in 2005 that “time is running out to prepare for the next pandemic,” a point that he expanded on in his 2017 book, “Deadliest Enemy: Our War Against Killer Germs.”
-Restaurants opening with 25% capacity? 50% at most for the foreseeable future? Are you planning on sitting in a crowded room?
-Airlines leaving middle seats empty? Would you travel with the threat of the virus still out there? How long can these touch and go airlines stay in business?
All tough questions explored in this article.
HOPE? Of course, this isn’t going to last forever. But life will unlikely be the same for a long time…if ever.