Welcoming return from hibernation

Today, some businesses in Western Australia returned post-COVID-19 to open their doors, even if only in a limited capacity as some restrictions do still apply. One venue, Dôme café, I and many others have eagerly awaited its return as our home coffee machines just aren’t the same.

It’s great bit by bit seeing more and more businesses resume from their forced hibernation, knowing that once more people are returning to employment and those unemployment lines reduce gradually. We don’t know how long it might take to recover from the effects this has had on our economies, but let’s hope around the world that as we emerge those who lost their employment so quickly are lucky enough to find new roles quickly.

Let’s hope in our lifetimes we are lucky enough never to see this occur again.

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