The Day After: Social and Economic Issues in a ‘Post-Pandemic’ World in 2022 – A column by Ingo Plöger

We are going into the new year of 2022 coming out of pandemic and global agreements about the future of our planet. We went back to planning and wanting to anticipate the future for our activities. Developed countries have already vaccinated most of their citizens and are in the third application, while developing countries are still partially in their first dose. Vaccine rejection has become a political fact in developed countries, while access is the decisive factor in developing countries. The eradication of COVID will only take place when as many as possible are vaccinated, and strain variations become minimal, due to general protection. Some central countries in Europe are showing an escalation of contamination, and restriction measures are being […]

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