A personal look at the pandemic and the world it’s left behind.
From his own perspective as a survivor of Covid-19, Garrigues Walker tells his experience and uses his insightful and seasoned gaze to ask what the world will be like after coronavirus and the crisis it has brought. In his judgment, it will speed up such negative phenomena as the feeling of fragility and uncertainty, and this will have dangerous political, economic, and social consequences in the form of nationalism, protectionism, and intolerance of all kinds.
But it will also lead to a push for cooperation to face a global challenge and will support one of the pillars of the world to come: scientific and technical research, with particular focus on medical advances. Coronavirus will bring us a more realistic perspective on coming risks, but also on enormous possibilities.