While states’ social distancing orders appear to have slowed the spread of COVID-19, they have also had a costly economic impact. Early data suggest that the nation could experience its largest employment losses since the great depression. These losses appear to be widespread, even hitting sectors typically unaffected by economic downturns. As states begin to reopen, concerns about the progression of the virus create an uncertain landscape for state and local governments, businesses, and families. Join Michael Clark PhD as he discusses the economic impact of COVID-19.