Depending on factors including how intensive care units cope with the surge of Covid-19 cases, a return to relative normalcy is most likely between 12 and 18 months away, according to timelines laid out this week by WorldAware.

Other variables include whether recovering from the illness gives people immunity and for how long; when researchers develop a vaccine; whether and when widespread testing becomes available; and whether the virus is seasonal, suggesting a second wave.

WorldAware, a travel risk management and intelligence firm, on Thursday shared its analysis of possible timelines with The . . .

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