The Coronavirus has been declared a pandemic because it has spread across many countries. While serious, medical professionals recognize that the percentage that die from the virus is likely lower than reported because un-reported cases (often the virus is mild).
And some countries that have contained the virus have already greatly reduced the spread of the virus (e.g., South Korea, China). For this reason, we can have a measure of hope that, although serious, the virus will primarily have an economic effect on countries. Sadly, it will also affect those with compromised immune systems and the elderly.
With measured hope mixed with caution, I want to share seven personal responses to coronavirus that may help you to think through similar appropriate responses: [Read more…] about 7 Personal Responses to the Coronavirus