The early days of the COVID-19 pandemic presented us with a new world, suddenly populated with closed businesses, office workers doing their jobs from home, schools closed, and the Internet depended upon. Hospitals became overwhelmed as patients were admitted with new symptoms; protective clothing, masks and surgical gloves were in demand and in short supply. Toilet paper became a trading commodity for no apparent reason; disinfectant wipes were rationed in stores as shelves were emptied.
As we struggled to understand this new infection, one thing was clear: the coronavirus was deadly and could be anywhere. Building managers employed a variety
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