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May 11 marked two months since WHO declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic. Many of us long for a return to the routine. Here we argue against this longing.
The fear is ever-present. These times are so uncertain. We can take all necessary precautions. We can remain in isolation. But the virus can catch us unawares.
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