Travel for work will never be the same: Bill Gates

Bill Gates, the co-founder and philanthropist of Microsoft, said he thinks much of society will eventually return to some sort of normality but “Travel for Work” may be one of those things which may be impossible to go back as it was prior to the coronavirus outbreak.

“It’ll be semi-normal until that vaccine is out there in billions of doses, until you’ve got that vaccine widely used, life will still be not back to normal.”, Gates added.

“There are a few things, like business trips, that I doubt will ever go back,” he said.

“In the case of high school, I think the social activity — you know, making friends, hanging out — that you get by being there physically, that’s totally irreplaceable,” he said.

“There will still be business trips, but, you know, less.” – he said.

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