Adapt to the times and turn idle resources into weapons in the fight against virus
People unable to work because of the virus outbreak can help alleviate strain on the health-care system
“It’s really quiet,” said the proprietor of Oxford’s best falafel stall when I popped over to buy lunch last week. It is even quieter now.
Meanwhile, my wife e-mailed friends to ask if we could help: both of them are doctors and they have three children and a parent undergoing treatment for cancer. “Thanks. We will be in touch,” came the reply. No time for more. It may be quiet for the falafel man, but not for them.