Ian C MacLeod -- Whichever scenario plays out it will continue to be hugely disruptive and expensive, and will probably be with us for quite a while
- follow the advice of the medical authorities (cleanliness, social distancing, etc);
- give our support to all of those on the front lines (health care and emergency service workers, much needed food and other retail workers, etc.); and
- give what help we can to the more fragile seniors, the ill, the economically vulnerable, and the parents of children who have no schools, community programs or libraries (and the children themselves).