The last few weeks have shaken our world to its core. We’ve become sequestered in our homes and “socially distant” from everyone else. Businesses and schools have closed. Workers have set up offices in spare bedrooms. Coming weeks will see most non-essential social activities cease entirely.
These hardships have upended daily routines and require us to adjust to a new normal, however long or temporary it may be. But as disruptive as coronavirus has been, we still have some semblance of normalcy — all thanks to the internet.