It will take up to three more years to fully recover from the impact of Covid-19 on Maryland’s workforce, economy and education system. That’s the prediction of Daraius Irani, an economist and researcher at Towson University who was one of three experts on a virtual panel discussion Wednesday morning. “We are predicting 2024 as when and where we’ll see recovery levels here in Maryland with vaccinations and other factors,” said Irani, vice president of strategic partnerships and applied research at the university.
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