What’s In Store For The U.S. Economy In 2021?

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An employee at Fortina restaurant disinfects an outdoor table in preparation for the opening of outdoor dining, Wednesday, May 20, 2020, in Stamford, Conn. Restaurants can begin offering service in outdoor dining areas Wednesday as part of the first phase of Connecticut's statewide reopening, including in hard-hit Fairfield County on the New York state line. Mary Altaffer / AP Photo
Virus Outbreak Connecticut
An employee at Fortina restaurant disinfects an outdoor table in preparation for the opening of outdoor dining, Wednesday, May 20, 2020, in Stamford, Conn. Restaurants can begin offering service in outdoor dining areas Wednesday as part of the first phase of Connecticut's statewide reopening, including in hard-hit Fairfield County on the New York state line. Mary Altaffer / AP Photo

What’s In Store For The U.S. Economy In 2021?

After months of job gains, record numbers of COVID-19 infections in December and January may be tanking the U.S. economy, again.

Reset asks an expert what could be in store for the economy in 2021.

GUEST: Diane Swonk, chief economist at Chicago-based Grant Thornton LLP