Life after Covid-19

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It is clear the response to Covid-19 will last for months. What we are getting used to now is the new normal, not a short term blip in the old way of doing things. To some extent, nature just hit the pause button on modern life. People are walking in parks, cooking at home, staying local, and slowing down.

With both an increase of people who have had the virus, and then eventually with a vaccine in place, more and more people…

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Tobias Stone

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Writing about politics, history, and society. Also at www.tswriting.substack.com, www.tswriting.co, @ts_writing

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