For the past two years, the coronavirus has battered the world. We are still learning to live with all the sorrow and change the pandemic has brought. In this survey, Harvard Kennedy School faculty and experts reflect on lessons learned during the pandemic, ranging from challenges of national suffering and solidarity to the “Shecession,” taxes, and technology.
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The COVID-19 coronavirus has spread rapidly across the world, and crisis-level public health challenges are requiring leaders to consider unprecedented measures. What should the public sector do to address this crisis? We asked experts at Harvard Kennedy School to identify public problems and public solutions.
In a far-reaching project measuring American attitudes and behavior during the pandemic, researchers from Harvard and three other universities have polled people in all 50 states for nearly a year, reporting each week not just on evolving views toward the virus but on how the tumultuous political events helped shape the public response.