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coronavirus-questions-caution-and-new-learnings-in-business-as-usual
coronavirus-questions-caution-and-new-learnings-in-business-as-usual

Coronavirus – Questions, caution and new learnings in business as usual

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Upon trying to explain to my five year-old daughter this weekend what coronavirus is, I was pleasantly surprised by her immediate response. “Yes, it’s like the Great Plague of 1665, Daddy.”

I was surprised firstly by her ability to recite the details of the Great Plague, from its year of occurrence to then proceeding to tell me further details about the event and the quarantine measures put in place.

Secondly, though, I was surprised to learn that she already had a working knowledge of today’s coronavirus. Clearly, it is being discussed at even a very basic level in schools. Such awareness across the generations, in likelihood across the world, can only be a good thing. Yet there are so many questions still to be answered. Are we still at the start of this particular virus’ cycle? How long will it last? What is the true footprint of its outbreak?

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