Photo by Luchy Nicholson/Reuters
Photo by Luchy Nicholson/Reuters

The global outbreak of COVID-19 has many of us rethinking a lot of our priors – our reliance on physical office spaces in the digital age; on health systems that discourage the ill, and contagious, from taking time off to receive care; and on pre-pandemic modes of lockdown, in prisons and jails, that even in the best of times degrade the physical and mental well-being of those inside.

“This is an opportunity for us to reevaluate the systems that we have in place,” California Assemblymember Sydney Kamlager told Business Insider.

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