Editorial: Dubious 2nd waves and the need to end lockdown

Many people in Lebanon will soon be starving if economic normalcy does not return quickly. No compassionate person would advocate throwing all caution to the wind concerning public health, and businesses must be held accountable by the government to enforce mask-wearing and other reasonable precautionary measures. But the April plan to reopen the country must be fully restored so that people can get back to work and face the economic, fiscal, and monetary disasters that are far more dangerous to Lebanon than COVID-19.