Post Covid life: Rolling with the punches

An excellent to-the-point read on impact of the pandemic at a personal level.

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Almost a year ago, coronavirus took us by storm. Unexpectedly, our lives came to a screeching halt. There is still not a number to describe the amount of lives lost. Only a handful managed to keep their jobs and it’s not possible to imagine how many families were destroyed in the process. Let’s not everything on the virus, the governments and the people made life more difficult with their absurd antics time to time. 2020 was a year of despair and life changing all humans, for better or worse.

People are still trying to adjust their life to the ‘new normal’ as some of the vaccines start finding their feet. But it does not look good. Economically, nations are unstable as ever with companies finding it hard to survive. Industries are recovering but there are still a lot of room for improvement in each of these sectors. People are still…

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