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Thursday, April 02, 2020

COVID-19: Life Will Never Be The Same



It's because we don’t make anything in America anymore. 















The shutdowns happened remarkably quickly, but the process of resuming our lives will be far more muddled.

The coronavirus crash has turned the fact that we don’t make anything in America anymore from a topic for philosophical and political debate into a crisis in our hospitals causing people to die and endangering our frontline health care workers.

Even worse, there’s nothing to catch us as and after we fall, because we don’t have a manufacturing base to fall back on like we did the last time a crisis like this happened—in the late 1930s.

Most of our medical supplies and prescription drugs now come from China, for example, and that’s producing a crisis in our hospitals because China isn’t exporting N95 masks, ventilators and respirators like they were just six months ago





The U.S. may end up with the worst COVID-19 outbreak in the industrialized world. This is how it’s going to play out.



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