Winners and losers in a half-open world
Parents and non-parents are living ever more distinct lives. "For an unencumbered individual, out and about with a maximum of one other person at a time, normality is approaching, if in fits and starts, if more in the US than in Britain. For families, however, even this mild renaissance can seem distant. “The hassle factor is just quadrupled everywhere you go,” said a father I know whose brood did without a foreign holiday this summer." Janan Ganesh, of the Financial Times, analyses the winners and losers in the half open world of the pandemic.
From Financial Times