Managing Risk in a Pandemic

Since the pandemic began we’ve all, personally and as a society, had a lot of decisions to make about whether we’ll engage in activities that used to be commonplace. But as we consider these decisions, we do so as if they’ll fall into one of two categories: risky or not risky. But this isn’t the right way to look at it. Most activities have a degree of risk, and each one we engage in adds to the risk pile. In turn, we can make trade-offs to add to the safety pile. We should all consider what we’re willing to give up in order to keep other activities safe.

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