The economy jumped from the best labor market in 60 years, before the coronavirus, to the worst, in April. As countries bounce back, millions of jobs lost during the pandemic will never come back, and there will be massive reallocations of jobs from some parts of the economy to others.
Lockdown can affect us all in different ways, as we each have our own unique experiences. For instance, Some people live by themselves and will be facing isolation on their own, whereas others have young children or elderly relatives living with them.
The vibrant city of fast cars and busy roads had gone eerily silent. Only less than two months ago, everything seemed normal without having placed any importance on wearing a mask and couple of gloves every time you happened to leave house. The seriousness of Covid-19 only seemed like a figment of some imagination around late February.