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The Economist this week: Our coverage of the coronavirus

Posted by fidest press agency su lunedì, 28 dicembre 2020

The Economist’s best writing on the pandemic and its effects. The end of 2020 brings an opportunity to reflect on this once-in-a-century event, which will be remembered as a moment when everything changed. However, this is also a time to look forward and consider what to expect from year two of the pandemic. The basics may be the same, but vaccines and cheap, rapid tests should make a difference as the world continues to adapt to living with the virus. Certainly the next 12 months will see difficult political and public debates about who should be first to receive the vaccines and who can wait. We also invite you to read some of the stories that generated the most page views on our website and app during 2020. In our “By Invitation” series of articles Bill Gates predicted how future pandemics would be fought, while Nicholas Christakis explained why the latest coronavirus required a different response to previous ones. We described the anatomy of a killer virus in one of our first Briefings on covid-19, outlined how lockdowns would leave behind a “90% economy” and considered the real lessons from the approach to lockdowns in liberty-loving Sweden. If you have digital access as part of your subscription, do make sure you have activated it. This will enable you to read the digital version of the newspaper as well as all of our daily journalism, both now and throughout 2021. Zanny Minton Beddoes Editor-In-Chief

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