Whatever time has passed, there’s still little other news than our planet-wide pandemic. But articles like this are well into the analysis of probable social change in “future studies.” To paraphrase humanitarian media personalities, “After all this loss and sacrifice, we will surely emerge as better people in a better world.”
There is almost no other news. In this time of planet-wide pandemic, fearful anxiety, shut-downs, (self-)imposed isolation, economic loss, and reasonable + irrational reactivity, there’s a constant flow of constantly updated advice through the airwaves and digital media. And for less urgent messages, there’s whatever streams through our (electronic/digital) devices—our smart and non-so-intelligent cell phones, our hand-held screens, and any informational, mechanical, automated, visual, auditory, tactile, or other applicable output that people can see, hear, feel, perceive, sense, or otherwise take into their (sub)consciousness.