As we kick off 2021 under the long shadow of 2020, public health authorities are racing to roll out Covid-19 vaccines to populations even as new variants of the novel coronavirus spread across the globe. In this race against time, individuals and organizations are watching the progress closely and hoping that, with widespread vaccination, there will be a return to some semblance of normalcy soon.
While it’s not possible to predict how Covid-19 will evolve in the weeks and months to come, we can at least take a moment to reflect on the year behind us. Part of that reflection should include analyzing how the pandemic revealed the fragility of globalized supply chains and review what we’ve learned about supply chain resiliency in the face of the unprecedented disruption the pandemic wreaked in 2020.
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