What has actually changed in our lives?
The virus has still been out in the world since at least early January. Panic-buying toilet paper is still a thing. People are still dying, sadly. Others are still recovering, an impressive 80-88% of them, and some are not even feeling ill.
World governments will probably/hopefully now institute the measures that needed to have been in place from the beginning.
This virus still remains something that we as a species have never been exposed to before, but as climatic regions continue to be in flux there will be a great many things we will encounter that will challenge us equally. The impact of those challenges will depend on how we choose to engage with them.
So, for this one, don’t breathe on more people than necessary and don’t let ’em breathe on you. Do the social distancing tango and wash your hands regularly. Check on your neighbours, from a distance, and make sure they’re doing OK. Nothing fancy, just a ‘Hi, how are you doing?’ will suffice.
Many thanks to Dr John Campbell for his daily, factual, no-nonsense, updates.
Stay informed, and stay safe, my friends.
This is Dr Campbell’s latest video.