The Corona pandemic kills people, endangers families, friends, communities, companies, institutions, societies, economies and global networks. It brings about triage, unemployment, social distancing, and home schooling. Countries respond differently, often set aside civil and basic human rights. Families and friends cannot get together, visiting the sick, nor attending funerals. This pestilence is clearly a cultural, economic and political disease. 40 leaders in medical and sociological research, in politics, religion, and consulting from 24 countries offer diverse, sometimes controversial answers, collected by Martin Woesler and Hans-Martin Sass .
Professor Martin Woesler lives and works in Bochum/Germany and Changsha/China.
Professor Hans-Martin Sass lives in Reston VA and works in Washington DC and Bochum/Germany.