Plague “The darkest hour is just before the dawn,” said an English theologian called Thomas Fuller in 1650, and many people since. Covid-19 has been a terrible plague, like many terrible plagues before. At the time of writing it has killed two million people worldwide, and tragically, it will kill many more this year. Two million people have left widows and orphans to grieve them, and millions more face economic ruin or lasting insecurity. In some countries, incompetent and dishonest political leaders have made the situation far worse than it need have been. The recovery is likely to be K-shaped,...
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