Covid-19: What does the 'new normal' mean?


Temperature checks everywhere we go, like at a supermarket in this filepic, will be part of the ‘new normal’ way of life.

As long as the world has not found a cure or a vaccine for Covid-19, we may have to adjust to a “new normal”, meaning a new way of living and going about our lives, work and interactions with other people.

Please bear in mind that we may have to live in the “new normal” for a very long time.

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