Right now, everything feels uncertain. It’s normal to fear the unknown and the unprecedented.
At the time of reporting, COVID-19 has arrived on the soil of over 150 countries. Nearly 8,000 are dead worldwide and more than 190,000 are infected.
By all reports, it’s expected to worsen significantly.
Countries like Italy, France, Denmark, and Spain are in lockdown. Australia’s had over 400 confirmed coronavirus cases and five deaths. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Wednesday morning that we should plan for “a difficult six months”.
We’re in the midst of a rapidly developing pandemic for an illness which we so far have no cure for.
No one knows what the world will look like in six months. The drastic measures implemented by governments globally would have been unimaginable just months ago.
On one level the reaction of the Australian public has seemed reasonable: blind…