By now, we all have been living through the realities of the coronavirus and its severity, feeling elation when the cases drop in number and anxiety when they start to rise. If this disease follows a similar pattern of the 1918 flu pandemic, the foreseeable future will be one of recurring outbreaks, tempered by controlled reaction. Given the global interconnectedness of business, systematic and cooperative measures for public health could lead to a “next normal” of improved economic health as well. Read more in this article by Monica Cole, Executive Vice President and division executive for Wells Fargo Commercial Bank’s Food, Beverage and Agribusiness.