World After Lockdown: How We Got Used To Digital Technologies

Coronavirus has surprised the world. Yet epidemiologists have been saying for many years that it is not a case of ‘if’ but ‘when.’ The relatively mild swine fever pandemic or SARS were more like demonstration versions. The Spanish flu, a lesson in contemporary history, was long forgotten. The potential scenarios for a pandemic were left abandoned in a dusty drawer, all from a lack of interest.

The number of patients suffering from medically known diseases did not change dramatically, meaning there was no need to implement fast, bold changes. To a certain extent, we were used to the statistics

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