I do believe we're seeing an economic paradigm shift for the future of work, initiated by this pandemic. I predict that more and more businesses will build infrastructure to accommodate online work, and we'll be moving to a more internet-based economy where productivity can occur independently of the outside world events akin to this pandemic. But since we're social beings, I wonder how this will all play out. We're already starting to see externalities of this virus - depression, anxiety and other mental health constituents going up. It'll be a long time before humans adapt to less physical interaction with reality. Recessions and depressions like this always lead to flourishing and innovation of society, so I'm curious to see what life will look like in 1-3 years.
wha will kill us most likely..virus..lab created.