What do you think will be the lasting takeaway on various generations when this COVID event is over? (e.g. 1929 market crash produced "savers", WWII survivors wants jobs, education, and peace)
I think we will see that this was the "fork in the road" to move to more telehealth medicine and patients becoming more comfortable talking to their doctor virtually.
I think, and even more so, hope, that people will stop taking things around them for granted. That we will see the bigger picture of just how fragile we are as human beings. That we will recognize the priority to care for our only home called Earth. And finally, that technology is not a replacement for the human experience. That we are all tribal by nature and we depend on each other for our very existence. I can get a lot for philosophical but will save that for another time.