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 Asunto: The Question That Doesn Want to Shut Up
NotaPublicado: 25 Sep 2022, 11:02 

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Humanity is crisscrossed with scars in memory. History throughout the ages has recorded facts that cannot be ignored by any nation, and now we are living in difficult times again. But every disaster is different! Let's see: The 1929 crisis and World War II laid the foundations of the modern “ welfare state ”, and the 1918 flu epidemic drove the creation of national health systems in many European countries. Thus, each economic crisis leaves a legacy of memories and wounds, but it also generates changes. It is humanly impossible to think that this unimaginable experience of masks, social distancing, human losses and the cancellation of life will not have consequences after the end of the pandemic. It's still too early to know exactly what they will be.

It is true that the longer the crisis lasts the greater the economic and social damage. Experts can take years, even decades, to explain the full implications of what we are experiencing right now. The paradox, or not, is that this virus exploits the characteristics of the life we ​​have given ourselves: overpopulation, massive Whatsapp Mobile Number List tourism, immense cities, constant air travel, supply networks thousands of kilometers away, and extreme inequality in the division of wealth and public health systems. Fragility has always been present! This was the authentic 'Petri dish' of COVID-19. So what will come when it passes? A PANDEMIC brings a “wartime” feeling, but a mindset that unites the entire planet on the same side.


It is a 'silent war' as the enemy is invisible. According to analysts, perhaps a long-term effect of this experience could be that economic and political institutions are more redistributive: from the rich to the poor, and with greater concern for the socially marginalized and the elderly. “The war years are periods of great internal cohesion of countries and of concern for others”, said Robert J. Shiller, Nobel laureate in Economics in 2013, in an interview with Exame recently. It's a hope! Of course, we cannot compare the moment we are experiencing today with the Second World War and the crisis of 1929, for example, but the entire economic and social context will cause pain for a long time.

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