Following two months of draconian social distancing measures due to coronavirus, citizens in China are able go out to the mall and to get a haircut. In Wuhan, considered to be the epicenter of the pandemic, public buses and the subway are finally running again. Meanwhile, in South Korea, people are going out to the park and eating out at cafes. But life is far from normal. Here’s what life in these countries can tell us about the United State’s own recovery after social distancing measures ease.
Here’s what life after shelter-in-place may look like in the US based on what’s happening in China and South Korea