Discussion posted by: David McNamara
Historians will surely find rich content when they look back on 2020. The coronavirus pandemic has crippled much of the global infrastructure, and the consequences of this virus, and of how certain governments deal with it, will have effects that will ripple across this decade. Already, countries across the globe are taking unprecedented steps to curb the disease in a hope that hospitals and other infrastructure will not be overwhelmed— as it has been in Italy and Iran. Others have restricted basic liberties, confining their populations to their homes, as normal life comes to a halt.