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We are in the midst of an unprecedented crisis.

At the time of writing, the COVID-19 outbreak, has claimed the lives of 14,613 people across the globe.

There are currently a further 336,075 confirmed cases in 192 countries and territories, with that number expected to increase significantly.

So many of those won’t make it.

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Hospitals are overflowing, masks and ventilators are running out, and healthcare workers are buckling under the strain.

The ripple effect on the economy is already catastrophic; entire industries have shutdown pretty much overnight, leaving hundreds of thousands, if not millions, unemployed.

And this first wave of job losses is just the beginning.

Meanwhile, those lucky enough to remain in gainful employment have been feeling the force of the pandemic in other ways.

Here in Australia, teachers have been risking…

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