SINGAPORE (Apr 17): The Covid-19 pandemic will not end soon — not by a long shot. The coronavirus is more likely to become endemic to humanity like the flu, but not before a long and difficult period of adjustment to bring the contagion fully under control. 

Such was the sobering prognosis of two public health experts and a behavioural economist at a webinar organised by the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP). Entitled Covid-19: Lessons learned? What comes next?, the session was moderated by Associate Professor James Crabtree. The three panellists took stock of the coronavirus situation and presented various scenarios of life after the pandemic. 

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