A more humane post-pandemic social contract

Never have the complexities of the relationship between human health and economic wellbeing been more apparent than during the Covid-19 crisis. How can we enforce life-saving social-distancing rules without destroying livelihoods? Why are some groups suffering so much more than others, both clinically and economically? What are those who face lower risks willing to sacrifice for the common good?

A more humane post-pandemic social contract
Never have the complexities of the relationship between human health and economic wellbeing been more apparent than during the Covid-19 crisis. How can we enforce life-saving social-distancing rules without destroying livelihoods? Why are some groups suffering so much more than others, both clinically and economically? What are those who face lower risks willing to sacrifice for the common good?