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COVID-19, plague, planets, conjunctions, comets, and the Chinese New Year

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COVID-19, plague, planets, conjunctions, comets, and the Chinese New Year

Rhys Clift

COVID-19, PLAGUE, PLANETS, CONJUNCTIONS, COMETS, AND THE CHINESE NEW YEAR

By Rhys Clift 1

The COVID-19 pandemic, first reported in Wuhan, China towards the end of 2019 or early 2020,
has dominated the last year. It became manifest in the West at some time in January 2020.
Twelve months having since elapsed, this may be a good moment to take stock, as we approach
Chinese New Year (the Year of the Ox) on 12 February 2021.

1 Rhys Clift is a solicitor, commercial mediator and author, a partner in the international law firm Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP, based
in London.

© Rhys Clift

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Anna Kaparaki March 5, 2021 - 11:19 AM

This is one of the most interesting insights with regards to the impact of Covid-19 pandemic, examining also other current issues. Surprisingly enough, there seems to be some positive aspects resulting from the pandemic. Most people have been obliged to work in a different way and they seem to have more time available in order to expand their knowledge in their field of expertise as well as to get involved in other learning activities. Discipline – from the 7.7 million public, and Responsibility including transparency from the Politicians the big issue and MUST.

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