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The "crisis" will not end any time soon, instead I think we will figure out how to manage the virus and things will more or less go back to normal
Well if things go back to normal, that means this particular crisis is over. I don't understand what you're saying
In these past weeks we have learned to really make use of our technological advantages. Technologies that we may have avoided because people don't always like change.
I think this period will properly introduce everyone to the advanced online world we've spent the past decades creating - and I think it will stick. I think webshops and online shopping in general will see a significant permanent boost in sales, and "physical" stores will likewise see less customers.
Now that teachers and educators have been forced to learn and use the online platforms, we will see them being used even more, also after the crisis is over.
I do not however feel that the coronavirus outbreak will teach any kind of lesson - not regarding the economy, nor the environment or public health/sanitation. People tend to not learn from history, and I don't think this will be any different.