What’s Next: The Ultimate Guide to Boston’s Post-Pandemic Future
From education and healthcare to office life and the collective grief we all feel, dozens of local experts offer their predictions for a city in transition.
From North End restaurants to Theater District playhouses, it’s been slightly more than a year since Boston transformed from a Boom Town to a Ghost Town almost overnight. Now that lifesaving (locally made) vaccines are here and slowly being distributed, it’s hard not to nod when someone says, “Better days are on the way.” But what does that really mean? What will change forever about living in Boston after the pandemic ends, and what will simply return to the way it’s always been? Most important: How have we changed, and how will we be asked to change again? From education and healthcare to office life and the collective grief we all feel, dozens of local experts offer their predictions for a city in transition. Check back over the next few weeks for more installments of our “What’s Next?” series.
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