How the pandemic is changing our lives
Because trust is in the company’s DNA, we wanted to better understand how we have changed with a special series of reports
If you had told us on New Year’s Day 2020 that ten months later, we would be having more meetings on Zoom or Teams than in person, that for months on end our cities’ squares and parks would be deserted, that we would be following dozens of epidemiologists on our social network timelines, or that we would be fluently using terms like infection rate and dexamethasone, we would have thought you were joking.
Ernest Hemingway said that changes happen in two ways: gradually, then suddenly.
The changes being seen in 2020 are definitely in the second category. So many things that are important in our lives are changing because of the coronavirus pandemic. Some may return to their pre-2020 form when we manage to overcome the virus, but others may change our behavior forever.
We are presenting the upcoming launch of a special with news, articles and reports on how we have changed in recent months, shaped by the reality of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In these releases, with MAPFRE experts and external experts, we explore trends in transformation, including those that are already noticeable or those that will emerge over time, around the fundamental aspects of our lives.
Because one thing is for sure: During this period of uncertainty and insecurity about the future, having the necessary information to confidently analyze the facts is key.
Because trust is in the company’s DNA, we wanted to better understand how we have changed. Work, home, sports, culture, SMEs and the self-employed, consumption, relationships and free time are some of the things we will discuss next week in Zoom, the news section of MAPFRE.com.
Our aim is to continue providing interesting views and items for reflection on how we act and what drives us.
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All articles published in Zoom.