Road to Recovery

(Siphiwe Sibeko/Reuters)
(Siphiwe Sibeko/Reuters)

Employers start preparing for the coronavirus vaccine with a question: Can we require it?

The question raises complex concerns about not only legal matters but practical ones.

Note to readers

The Road to Recovery is a new Washington Post section highlighting attempts to rebuild the nation’s economy, its communities and its spirit in the midst of the covid-19 pandemic.
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A delirious ecosystem has formed around the Corso house this college football season.
From Zoom poker games to neighborhood-dad WhatsApp chains, casual chats about sports and politics have suddenly led to deep conversations about life.
To watch scripted television in recent weeks is to believe Hollywood has steamrolled through the coronavirus pandemic. But the up-to-the-minute pandemic plotlines gild what insiders say has been a very tumultuous time.
Binish Desai has already made more than 40,000 bricks for projects including homes and factories, and is gearing up to produce 15,000 a day.
  • Nov 25
Families are gravitating to classics like Care Bears and Jenga, as well as stress-relieving newcomers like Theo the Therapy Dog, this season.
Triathlons are slowly lurching to life in the United States. Next month, Challenge Family, Ironman’s main competitor, will stage perhaps the most ambitious event yet.
  • Nov 19
Employers also have been expanding access to telehealth platforms and offering more mental health benefits.
By boat or on foot, exploring the watersheds that tie us together is a remedy for the pressures of the pandemic.
  • Nov 13
Chipotle Digital Kitchen is adopting the “ghost kitchen” model — empty of diners and fast on orders — to boost online sales in “non-traditional locations.”
Opinions
  • Opinion
The pandemic has exacerbated the cruel inequities of the U.S. economy.
  • Opinion
Will we come out stronger because of it?
  • Opinion
Even before the pandemic exposed deep disparities, the gender wage gap persisted at every level of income and education.
  • Oct 8
  • Opinion
By the time it is safe again, many Americans may have lost the habit of going to the movies.
  • Opinion
Obviously, repeated nagging to “Be grateful!” will not prompt feelings of gratitude. Creating new family rituals makes a better strategy.
  • Sep 22
  • Opinion
The loss of small businesses will have a negative long-term effect on the country unless we act soon.
  • Sep 17
  • Opinion
Neither we, nor our companies, have changed nearly as much as we think.
  • Opinion
Fiddling around the margins or kicking problems down the road would exacerbate risks to the economy, to millions of Americans and to struggling businesses.
  • Sep 10
  • Opinion
My short-, medium- and long-term worries about the roaring housing market.
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  • Sep 15