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The pandemic has been and will be remembered as one of the most impactful global events of our era. An unprecedented challenge was thrust upon the medical, government, and business community that will clearly change many of the behaviors of our society in the long run.
When state enforced lockdowns and the advice of medical professionals globally forced the ceasing of business as usual for industries across the country, businesses both large and small were left with one choice: adapt or die.
In an inspiring display of free market forces, most businesses chose to adapt and did so quickly. By the end of March 2020, a stunning number of businesses had employees working from home, restaurants were full curbside and delivery, retailers and customers were shifting to e-commerce in ways they were not previously, and everyone had ZOOM on their electronic devices.