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The Health and Economic Tradeoffs of Reopening America

Call with the Experts

Government & Organization

More than 1 million people in the U.S. have contracted COVID-19 and at least 30 million have been thrown out of work by policies to slow the spread of the virus. And now, local and state officials face tough choices when it comes to reopening communities and the economy. In this Call with the Experts podcast, RAND researchers consider the health and economic effects of relaxing social distancing restrictions. Local and state officials face tough choices when it comes to reopening communities and the economy. In this Call with the Experts podcast, RAND researchers consider the health and economic effects of relaxing social distancing restrictions.


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