For the past few months, we have seen the world fall prey to the Coronavirus, otherwise known as COVID-19. Today, there are over 3 million cases globally and over 200,000 deaths. In Canada, there are over 63,000 cases and over 4000 deaths. Since January, we watched China, Italy and the UK battle it with already differing outcomes, and we witnessed it spreading rampantly in the US, especially in “hotspot” coastal states like New York and California. Then in early March, we heard about cases in Canada, as our federal, provincial and regional governments used a seemingly never-ending news cycle to update us, close everything down and encourage social distancing to flatten the curve.