Lockdown now, then what?

Lockdown now, then what?
Lockdown now, then what?

This pandemic is history in making with cultural reflections referring to pre-COVID19 and post-COVID19 days. But tas we live this reality now, it seems like it is going to take time for Covid19 to become history. This means, to survive, we need to alter our cultural practices and behaviours. As lockdowns ease, the upcoming days demand this new normal. But how can we achieve this? What needs to be done to achieve mass behaviour change across ages, sections, and cultures? Taking learnings from behavioural sciences and analogical scenarios such as city air pollution, this article shows a way for individuals and policymakers alike.


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