The Economic Cost of the 500,000 Lives Lost to COVID‑19

The Economic Cost of the 500,000 Lives Lost to COVID‑19

The Perryman Group estimates that as the direct losses flow through the economy in the coming years, the 500,000 fatalities will cause losses of $356 billion in gross domestic product, nearly $218 billion in personal income, and 3.6 million job-years (including multiplier effects). Read more.

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