RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (Opinion) Imagine a first-century mariner whose lodestone compass has ceased to function. He is suddenly dependent solely on the heavens for his navigation in a world in which little has yet been discovered and accurate maps do not yet exist. He is alone in a mysterious universe with only the stars and his intuition to guide him. Will he survive?
Two years into the Covid-19 pandemic and despite the encouraging statistics showing a real decline in infections, more and more people throughout the world appear to be in the doldrums. I’m one of . . .