As most states have reopened in some fashion, we’re seeing what life dealing with the coronavirus could look like for the foreseeable future.
The topic of rebuilding the economy surely will be front and center during the upcoming presidential election. All businesses across the country will be open at some point, but that does not mean they are working at full capacity.
“It might take a while to fully recover, we might be at a 90% economy and we may not fully recover to where we were before,” said Dr. Kara Grant, an assistant professor of economics at Missouri Western State University. “If you think of a restaurant where tables are spaced 6 feet apart, you will not be able to serve everyone and you will most likely need less servers.’’