While cities are wondering how to come back on line from Tokyo to London to Seoul, there are areas in the developing world in which the virus crisis now prevents field workers from working in their day to day jobs. This means they are social distancing but they do not have the luxury of working from home in front of a computer. If workers in developing nations are not able to work, many people on the planet do not eat – it is that simple. The impact of coronavirus or COVID-19 is now understood much more than just two months ago, but the economic and food and energy security problems have not even started. The UN and other organizations are now said to be alarmed about food shortages.
Food Shortages, Famine and Coronavirus Shocks
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