What a bizarre, unlikely world we have stumbled into. Not by choice. Not by accident. By now, the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak will be remembered as “a shift in the course of our shared history.” This shift does not, however, need to be remembered as a solely negative concept, but one where we had to get back to basics and had to rely on a different kind of communication to remain in contact with our loved ones.
We went back to the key question at the core of people’s moral compass: identifying who and what is important in life. As suggested in the past, I owe an immense debt of gratitude to those working on the frontlines, be that nurses, therapists, doctors, their administrators, those working in different patient organizations,