In times of crisis, our ability is to close ranks. Venture capitalist Bradley Tusk explains why fighting coronavirus will be needed innovation–not isolation.
If there’s one thing that’s clear from the coronavirus crisis, it’s that our residence in the world is fragile. Disaster always hides around the corner. Hopefully, our public health professionals will contain this novel coronavirus soon, and catastrophe will be averted. But even if we get lucky this time, globalization means that the next epidemic could still spread rapidly, composing the same problems and the same perils all over again. Building a wall won’t keep out a virus.
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