Comment: Biden's inauguration and the fight against covid-19

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Development of multiple effective vaccines has given us hopeful visibility of the pandemic's remaining life cycle—and distribution, while initially disappointing, should be fine-tuned as we move forward. At some point, whether that be six or nine months from now, we'll be able to look back on covid-19 as a point in time, writes Matthew Benkendorf. However, despite any positive rhetoric we might see, the greatest risk looming ahead of us could be a negative economic surprise. Until we get covid-19 out of the way, it's unclear how deep the economic hole is, and even less clear how quickly...

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