By Juliana Valdez
2020 was a year like no other in our experience. The COVID-19 pandemic brought home to us the reality that, in the blink of an eye, our existence can change drastically.
No longer ‘normal’ were the things we did as routine. Forced to adapt to a lifestyle being referred to as the ‘new normal’, the citizenry realised that the freedom we enjoyed in going out, gathering for activities, going to school, to work, even breathing the fresh air was now fraught.