Reopening the economy — where are we now, and what's ahead?
The move from lockdown to the new normal will require changes from us all
The last time the world faced a global pandemic, 500-million people - a third of the world's population at the time - were infected. A staggering 50-million people reportedly died. The 1918 Spanish Flu (as it became known) wrought devastation on humanity.
That stark memory echoes through the Covid-19 crisis. Millions of lives could be lost, and deep damage inflicted upon a world more integrated than in 1918...