The Covid-19 pandemic has altered the way we live our lives in so many ways. In the early days, it was not entirely clear who was most at risk, how it was transmitted, and just how bad it would become. But as time went on, and at the urging of medical professionals, we managed to change our behaviors. We secluded ourselves, began to take hand-washing seriously, agreed to wear masks and became acutely aware of how close we allowed ourselves to get to one another. And if we felt sick, we stayed home—no more working it off. Businesses and schools were closed. Concerts, tradeshows and sporting...

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