Congress may have passed the $2 trillion coronavirus package that President Donald Trump has now signed, but there seems little light at the end of the tunnel — or a flattening of the curve — in sight for the short and long term events of magnitude set to hit America’s politics, economy and society.
Is Trump’s goal of re-opening at least parts of the economy after 15 days realistic? Will there be long-term economic consequences from the pandemic and the global response? And with Congress not returning until mid-April, is there further action expected?
Our team of seven reporters and editors covering the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. and overseas lend their expert insights.
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