The coronavirus pandemic is the most serious crisis the country has faced since the second world war. Perhaps the most valuable legacy would be a series of measures to address poverty and health inequalities, including the establishment of a National Social Care Service funded by general taxation that parallels the establishment of the NHS in 1948.
As an infrastructure project, not only would a National Social Care Service provide a huge resource for the most vulnerable and disadvantaged in our society, but would have the potential to create jobs, improve skills and support local economic growth in communities most severely hit by the pandemic.
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