The Quiet Horror of Lost Time

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Around four weeks into the COVID-19 lock down, I had a sad realisation: the year 2020 is effectively over. For the next few months (or maybe longer), our lives will be limited to staying at home and/or work.

We are now in an extended holding pattern. Even if social distancing ends before December 2020, we then have to heal the societal, cultural, psychological and economic scars left behind. That work could take…

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