Apr 10, 2020
RAND research and expertise can inform immediate policy responses to address the disastrous effects of COVID-19—and help aid in recovery long after the disease stops spreading.
The novel coronavirus, first detected in late 2019, continues to cause widespread illness and death, economic devastation, and long-term uncertainty throughout the world. As we look toward 2021, what can we expect?
In this video conversation, Jennifer Bouey discusses RAND’s rapid COVID-19 response, including insights and analysis to help strengthen and safeguard communities, rethink and retool institutions, and determine the best ways forward. She talks about what we’ve learned, and what the coming months might bring as the crisis continues to unfold and evolve. Brandon Baker hosts.