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he fall in COVID-19 cases across much of the world over the past ten weeks signals a new dawn in the fight against the disease. Vaccines are proving effective and rapidly scaling, bending the curve in many


geographies. This is a fragile dawn, however, with transmission and deaths still high, unequal access to vaccines and variants of concern threatening to undo progress to date. The trajectory of UK and US cases has enabled the


beginnings of a transition toward normalcy,the first and more important of the pandemic’s two endpoints. We expect this transition to continue in the second quarter of 2021 and will likely see many aspects of social and economic life return to the pre-pandemic normal, consistent with UK Prime Minister Johnson’s staged reopening plan for the United Kingdom and US President Biden’s goal of a normal Independence Day. Parts of the European Union have recently faced setbacks: fewer doses in arms than in the United Kingdom or United States, a new wave of cases, and new lockdowns. A transition toward normalcy is mostly likely in Europe during the late second or third quarter of 2021. The timing will probably vary by country, depending on accelerating vaccine supplies, the impact of vaccinations on hospitalization rates, and the occurrence (or not) of new waves driven by new variants. While in-person events are still on the back burner, there are still plenty of virtual events to stay connected with the industry. We are delighted to announce an exciting new partnership with CPhI Discover, a new online event to provide pharmaceutical professionals a way to meet, discuss, partner,


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source and learn online. This month we will also see the launch of Life Science Knowledge Hub, our new digital platform as well as its latest issue which will feature another top event partnership with Bio Integrates 2021


This issue highlights yet more online events, this time hosted by the US organization SOCMA (Society of Chemical Manufacturers & Affiliates) – SOCMA is inviting speciality and fine chemical companies to showcase their expertise and share capabilities during a series of Manufacturing Solutions Days, the first of four such one-day events this year having already taken place on March 10; and the SOCMA Policy Webinar Series in April in anticipation of new policy and regulations coming under the Biden Administration: this series of events focuses on key topics the organization says are crucial to its membership and the value chain. It’s an interesting time to be in the speciality chemicals industry. But then again…when is it not?


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