How The Pandemic Changed Us: 5 Lessons From A Horrid Year
June 14, 2021 | |

Not only did the pandemic kill 4 million people globally and 600,000 in the U.S. (as of June 10, an average of 387 people in the U.S. are still dying every day from the disease), it fundamentally changed us — by altering how we spent our time, how we interacted with each other, and by making us question whether we considered each other safe or unsafe.

As we’re being asked to shift back to pre-pandemic ways, it’s crucial to recognize how those changes altered us.