The waiting was unbearable for the day to come. Finally, after almost 100 days, the Aston Villa v. Sheffield United FC match took place on 17 June 2020 marking the day that the English Premier League ultimately continued, following the suspension that took place due to COVID-19 pandemic on 13 March 2020. The world was finally at peace.
During the most acute phase of the pandemic we came to terms with the fact that work from home will not be just a temporary thing enforced due to the crisis, but will remain as the new normal once all of this is over. What we could not expect was the switch for the “work from home” to become the most widely spread mode of work in the near future.
We know it all started in a lab and a research center. In the beginning, it was underestimated, perceived as just a new form of a thing that has already been around. It took a while to spread.
🇷🇸 OVAJ TEKST JE DOSTUPAN NA SRPSKOM JEZIKU As things are, it seems that the worst phase of the coronavirus pandemic is behind us. The wide spectrum of restrictive measures that were limiting mobility and physical contacts is slowly being narrowed down. People are happy with the changes as well. We have been impatiently waiting for the crisis to pass and return to normal life. The question is...
World is slowly getting over the global shock of the coronavirus pandemic. Rigorous measures and limitations on mobility and physical contacts are slowly dwindling away, even in the countries that were hit the hardest.