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Reopening Society after COVID-19.

It has been made apparent that the world is currently experiencing an epidemic that seems to have no precedent. Our governments and economies have not experienced an epidemic in a modern age where information spreads so quickly. Of course, there have been other epidemics, many that have been even more deadly; but there hasn’t been an epidemic that has instilled a universal level of fear such as the coronavirus.

The effects the coronavirus has had on people all over the world is taking its toll. Considering the severity, the threat the coronavirus poses to our societies, a major question we all must consider is how to go about safely opening up our economies.

Experts suggest that no matter what type of response plans governments and economies have prepared, the economy post COVID-19 will be a different one. Many business sectors are being forced to quickly develop new safety procedures as well as collaboration efforts in order to participate in the new coronavirus environment.

Already we have seen many businesses suffer due to the effects of the coronavirus. For major sectors of the economy- retail, transportation, hospitality- it may be a very long time for employment and customer levels to come back to where they were pre COVID-19 economic environment. If employment and customer levels do return to where they were, it will most certainly be in an altered form, and both groups will have an expectation of adequate safety measures.

As the time draws closer for the economy to begin to reopen, businesses, local authorities, and especially the transportation sector are looking to put policies into place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. From simple rules of social distancing to temperature checks at doorways, it is clear that society is expecting these measures to remain prominent.

It is clear that customers are going to expect to see tangible efforts from business in order to combat the spread of the virus. Experts have suggested that the adherence to social distancing does have its benefits, but it may not be enough to give customers the confidence to return to businesses they are used to dealing with.