Creating a coherent framework for the residual COVID challenges

By John O'Brien | 09 March 2021

With a combination of recent events and developments, we have all begun – very cautiously of course – to start peering over the wall to think about a point when the varying levels of restrictions that we have lived with over the past 12 months can be relaxed on a sustained basis. What do we see when we look?

I guess professionally many of us will be looking at the twin challenges of helping our places adapt to living with and managing residual levels of COVID, as well as then helping stimulate medium-term economic and social recovery.

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