Governments have come up with a range of rules to get people in planes, but few make considerations for families as a whole. .
What to do about kids?
Acknowledging the difficult balance between the realities of employment and family demands could become one of the most important steps to opening up economies .
Before Covid, millions of people crossed borders every day to go to work and come back to their families.
Foreign domestic workers and economic nomads move around the world when better shots at employment emerge. All this has been thrown off by Covid .
Rising vaccination rates are helping — but many parts of the world remain shut to travel..
Covid vaccines aren't available for young children yet, but most governments impose strict guidelines for unvaccinated individuals on this group, which comprises about a fifth of the global population..
If countries are now brave enough to host massive sporting events and arts festivals, surely there are ways to ensure parents and children can cross borders safely to reunite .