In the spring of 2020, world paradigms changed.
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared that the Novel Coronavirus Disease, Covid-19, was a pandemic.
This came after China reported in December, 2019 that there had been more than one instance of a weird life-threatening respiratory illness in Wuhan, the capital and major industrial and commercial center in Hubei province.
The health-care professionals at WHO watched how the new disease spread and the effects it had on people wherever it popped up around the world.
The media, social platforms, and assorted rumor-mills went into overdrive trying to figure out what the heck was going on. Panic attacks and near-terminal confusion ensued.
Almost immediately after the WHO pandemic declaration the world-as-we-knew-it shut down. The rules changed and they still keep on morphing. …