Some European countries are proposing pan-European debt that would help collectively pay for recovery from the coronavirus. But countries with fewer deaths (so far) and better economies are pushing back.
The age of the pandemic has brought with it its own viral lexicon. We’ve organically adopted words and phrases we’d previously never uttered: social distancing, N95s, and flattening the curve. Now, there is a new entry for the COVIDictionary: “coronabonds.”
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