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With a vaccine for COVID-19 beginning to circulate, some Americans are feeling more hopeful for a return to normal. However, a report from McKinsey & Company warns that the next normal “will not mean going back to the conditions that prevailed in 2019.”

The report notes that Americans should prepare for 2021 as a year of transition. There are changes yet to come that will affect all facets of life, globally and in the United States. The authors, Kevin Sneader, Global Managing Partner, and Shubham Singhal, Healthcare Global Leader and Senior Partner, share some of the ways that society and industry will be changed as a result of the pandemic.

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