Things will return to normal, eventually. Humans seem to have collective amnesia about events, and while this one is globally significant and may take some time to rebound from, it will be your grandpa story years from now. "Sonny lemme tell you 'bout back in 0-20, I survivilated the Great Covid Crisis! You kids these days don't know what it's like to struggle for frozen pot pies and toilet paper." Like World Wars and the Great Depression of the past, society doesn't end, and in some cases, for a few years at least, maybe the world will improve slightly. But have no fear, in short time we'll all return to our self-important, reality-TV obsessed, [insert modern societal rant here] lives. Honestly, I just wish I could freeze this moment. Revel in it a bit, whether you're religious or scientific, take a moment to realize how fragile it all is, and for most of us that have the privilege to have internet, play Minecraft and be part of this community, how WELL we've had it. So take a quiet moment, notice how clear the sky is without all the plane traffic, how quiet the air is with less cars... it's like Thanos snapped his fingers. It's NOT The Apocalypse but now maybe, you've got a real sense of what that could be like. So honestly, just soak this all up. It's an experience, hopefully one the world can learn from... but, the cynic in me says, not likely.