The “New Normal”: Thoughts about the Shape of Things to Come in the Post-Pandemic World


U.S. Capitol social distancing and safety protest

WASHINGTON, DC – APRIL 17: In a protest designed to adhere to social-distancing and with care taken for safety, 1,000 pop-up signs were arranged on the lawn of the U.S. Capitol Building showing the faces of nurses and frontline healthcare workers pleading for adequate personal protective equipment (PPE) on April 17, 2020 in Washington, DC. The signs, representing 18,000 American health care workers each, including selfies taken by doctors, nurses and other medical professionals actively fighting to save the lives of coronavirus patients across the United States. The demonstration was organized by a collection of progressive advocacy organizations, health care organizations, and unions representing healthcare workers including the American Federation of Teachers, Communications Workers of America, FrontlinePPENow, GetUsPPE, MoveOn, National Nurses United, Service Employees International Union, and Women’s March. The organizations have jointly collected more than 2 million actions calling for urgent production and distribution of PPE. (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images for MoveOn)

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