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There isn’t one person who cannot be aware of the effects that the coronavirus epidemic will have on the economy, because so many are already afraid of the future already. At the very beginning of Spain’s lockdown, unions said more than 100,000 people risked losing their jobs, and economists have warned that these temporary layoffs could become permanent. The UK government suggested taking this approach when the first cases appeared, and allowing 60% of the country to become infected. The result would be a real life horror film, with social unrest, looting and crime at record heights due to unemployment.