Thanks God, nothing is permanent, not even a virus. Quarantine is a time when we were busy only with ourselves and unwittingly experience a kind of resentment, tried to hide from the pandemic at home and protect our relatives and friends, first of all by limiting our live communication with them.
In this situation, we all witness how the technologies have been rapidly developing since they became an urgent need for all of us and, in turn, have brought communication to a new level. In these impersonal days, not divided into the usual working days and weekends, filled with loneliness and uncertainty, we discovered many advantages and skills of our colleagues, unknown before.
It should be noted the majority of journalists, forced to stay at home, felt the imperfection of the world, this attack, and tried to change their daily life and what is happening around them, using new opportunities for life and creation online.
Coronavirus also gave us a chance to think, to transform, and taught us not to stay away from the problem, becoming a passive observer, but to feel empathy. The pandemic has left us vulnerable, but the quarantine has given us an opportunity to look at ourselves and our profession in a new way.