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Plans for COVID-19?

by lsusr1 min read8th May 20201 comment

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In places where COVID-19 is already widespread, lockdowns may not be fully lifted until we have widespread vaccinations. It is unlikely we will have widespread vaccinations before 2021. It is therefore prudent to contingency for 8 months or more of lockdown.

If you're financially secure then now could be a great time to begin long-term projects like gardening, writing a novel, physical training or learning a new skill.

Is anyone else starting projects like this?

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Yes, I've been working from home since March, so have "ramped up physical training" in the sense that the borderline-personality collie demands that I run 20 miles per day now ;)

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