With a third wave of Covid-19 sweeping across the world, devastating families and pressuring health services, a vaccine provides hope for many. The approval of a second vaccine by Moderna, with Ireland in line for 900,000 doses, offers more flexibility for the inoculation process. A vaccine may not enable us to return to our lives pre-covid but will offer a glimmer of hope for life beyond Covid-19.
The vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech which is offering 90% protection has given us hope that the global pandemic can finally come to an end. With scientists and politicians suggesting that life could return back to normal by summer, now more than ever is a time to consider what type of life we will be returning to, specifically how we shape the economy.
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Peace and prosperity on a continent that has torn itself apart throughout history may have once seemed unimaginable, is now a reality, owed to those who instead of seeking division, sought alliance. Ever since the origin of the European Union, its purpose has been relatively straightforward, to promote integration amongst member states and avoid conflict after Europe lay devastated after World War II. Since then, the alliance weathered storms such as the Cold War, the fall of the Soviet Union and the Great Recession, amongst many others. But the Union now faces a threat, partially of its own making, a difference of ideologies amongst member states, a poison from within and the legislative inability to progress past any issue that does not have unanimous support.