Activities and routines that command the crowd – visiting museums, attending concerts, working outside, learning, traveling, partying – stopped or found a new life online. Holidays generally celebrated in family gatherings are fraught with consequences.
Memories of an epidemic world, where people could stand shoulder to shoulder with bare faces, began to feel dreams – such as moments of unexpected connection.
Youth around the world, disconnected from their normal social lives, face them “Mental Health Epidemic.In one study, nearly one-third of the teenagers interviewed stated that they were feeling unhappy or depressed.
At the other end of the age spectrum, older adults were deprived of seeing their children and grandchildren. Some spoke to him through glass panes. Retired Close plans In that year, travel and volunteer work were made. Inside the nursing home, Kovid-19 Outbreak All became regular, with More than 163,000 Residents and workers dying of the virus.
Although some Americans were able to make holes at home, their kitchen tables and sofas were replaced in office offices, others continued to work in public spaces. Delivery driver Health risks, theft and assault dealt with. Airline workers who were not on leave Had to Face up Passengers who refused to wear masks.
Perhaps no group of workers were as isolated as those in medical care. In the spring, hospital workers around the country dealt with it. The horrific-horrifying horrors of a surge in some cases. But the tension did not subside when case numbers occurred, and it increased again as the infection collapsed. Doctor and nurse Displeased at putting their families at risk, And dealt Sharp burnout and pay cuts. Some said that he found little room for the public to express his characterlessness as a hero.
In February, the United States reached a tragic milestone: More than 500,000 Americans were killed by Kovid-19, Higher toll than any other country. The struggle of the world was often compared to war to include coronoviruses; In this case, the enemy claimed more Americans than World War I, World War II, and the Vietnam War. Everyone said, by March, One in three Americans lost someone to the virus.
Grief and loss defined the previous year. Worldwide, the virus has killed millions and left mourning deprived of normal rites. The funeral and final goodbye occurred on the video call, if at all. Widow and widower got included in Online bereavement groups to process the pain of loss in isolation.
But things have slowly started to open up in the last few months, as cases have fallen and people have become inactive. This week, President Biden promised By May, there will be enough vaccine supplements for every American adult and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Announced The vaccinated people can start gathering inside the house again – a sign that people will soon find their way to each other.
If you are wondering what comes next, we are too.
Are you worried that things will never be the same? Or are you afraid that we will return to “the same” too soon? Or maybe it appears that you will be able to do it? Tell us.