This week has seen some softening of social distancing measures with some countries lowering their emergency level.  India and Thailand are easing some domestic travel as is Vietnam who also lifted most stay at home requirements this week.  China has created a “fast track” entry for business travelers from South Korea, becoming first to permit border crossings.

As more locations take steps along the path that leads to normal, we put our thoughts together on what the future might look like in the coming months. Our paper asks “What will the return to normal look like?” and gives our best guess based upon our past and current experiences.  It is risky to predict the future and we hope the future will be kind to these assumptions.  Click here to read the full report.

We will continue our reports, but do not anticipate a large number of changes during the next week.  Most of our countries will be on holiday tomorrow, May 1 with some longer holidays including China’s Labor Day from May 1-5 and Japan’s Golden Week holidays from May 2 – 6.  Wishing our best to everyone celebrating!

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