Our world looks different this year. Work has been reshaped, our leisure and social lives are barely recognisable, and our routines have been reimagined; all in a matter of weeks.
But as our communities shift around the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re creating room for new heroes to emerge.
All of a sudden, the people we are listening to, looking to and seeking out are wearing white coats, rather than football jerseys.
They’re the people explaining graphs and curves and data, rather than a breakup with a famous ex.
The people with a qualification in front of their name, rather than the size of their Instagram following.
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