Countries around the world have been ravaged by the effects of the newest strain of coronavirus. In many regions, there’s not enough protective and life-saving medical equipment to go around. Businesses are going bankrupt after being forced to close. Unemployment is the highest its been since the great depression with some estimates putting us at almost 20% as of mid-April.
For those who had 2020 in their sights as a year of success, the recent arrival of a global pandemic will not be a welcome one. As if overnight, our collective worlds have changed beyond recognition. We have been plunged into remote working, socially isolating from our loved ones, and relying more on technology than ever before.