Adieu 2020

A series of articles examining the impact and lessons of 2020 and looking ahead to the journey in 2021

We have come to the end of probably the most tumultuous year in the collective history of our cities, a year that has changed almost everything as we knew it once.

In healthcare, education and markets, in formal and informal spheres of work, in our festivities as well as the humdrum existence of regular life, COVID has left an impression that cannot be obliterated ever. Much as we want this pandemic to end, neither can we completely erase its impact, nor should we forget the lessons that this period holds for the future.

As we look forward to new beginnings, we look at how different domains have been transformed by the 2020 experience and the new realities we may expect in our cities and our lives.

https://citizenmatters.in/year-end-series-2021-the-future-of-jobs-the-gap-year-syndrome-22563
https://citizenmatters.in/covid-19-education-chennai-schools-online-learning-22749
https://citizenmatters.in/2020-covid-19-digital-divide-in-education-22824
https://citizenmatters.in/chennai-public-transport-commute-post-covid-22720
https://citizenmatters.in/covid19-broke-the-back-of-mumbais-informal-sector-workers-heres-how-22156
https://bengaluru.citizenmatters.in/human-behaviour-covid-internet-addiction-webinar-stress-digital-burnout-hygiene-shut-clinic-nimhans-web-junkies-55655
https://citizenmatters.in/adieu-2020-not-a-happy-new-year-for-delhi-schoolkids-22822
https://bengaluru.citizenmatters.in/public-health-system-reorient-post-covid-community-health-55585
https://citizenmatters.in/year-end-series-2021-covid-vaccine-facts-and-challenges-22877
https://citizenmatters.in/mumbai-will-focus-more-on-transportation-in-2021-it-should-22147
https://citizenmatters.in/year-end-vaccine-preparations-interview-with-doctors-22883
https://citizenmatters.in/chennai-cultural-season-digital-revolution-due-to-covid-22883

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