The Case for the Bubble

From a local theater group to the NBA, bubbles are increasingly proving to be an effective strategy for allowing the show to go on. As Erik Ofgang reports for Elemental, since March, various types of Covid bubbles have popped up across the globe. They have ranged from large (enclosing vast sections of countries) to small (two or three families teaming up and assuming each others’ risk). One particular example is the NBA bubble, which has been carefully constructed and, so far, has been highly successful. Here are takeaway lessons for how to make larger pods work. Read below.




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