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It could take years for Washington’s economy to rebound from coronavirus crash | The Seattle Times

In early March, as businesses in Washington began closing to halt the spread of coronavirus, it wasn’t uncommon to hear predictions of a relatively quick, “V-shaped” recovery once the state’s economy reopened. But more than two months later, as the reopening finally gets underway, such upbeat forecasts have all but vanished. Debra Glassman, principal lecturer of business at the UW, and Jennifer Romich, associate professor of social work at the UW, are quoted.