I read this article
It's about the changes we see at the moment and impact this will have now and in the future on women and equality.
This piece struck me.
"For Wenham, the most striking statistic from Sierra Leone, one of the countries worst affected by Ebola, was that from 2013 to 2016, during the outbreak, more women died of obstetric complications than the infectious disease itself"
"In both rich and poor countries, campaigners expect domestic-violence rates to rise during lockdown periods."
This, about highly educated productive women pulling back to soak up childcare and eldercare.
"“My spouse is a physician in the emergency dept, and is actively treating #coronavirus patients. We just made the difficult decision for him to isolate & move into our garage apartment for the foreseeable future as he continues to treat patients,” wrote the Emory University epidemiologist Rachel Patzer, who has a three-week-old baby and two young children. “As I attempt to home school my kids (alone) with a new baby who screams if she isn’t held, I am worried about the health of my spouse and my family.”
What's the impact on you?