The predictions for Europe are good. Definitely, we are on the descending slope, even if it takes time to get down. Still tens and hundreds of dead every day, depending on country. Portugal is OK, relatively. In the Netherlands, things are predicted to last longer.
Meanwhile, it is Arabia that worries me; they had passed the level of 1000 new cases today. Even if the explanation given is that they went down to test the migrant workers, legal and illegal. This is how they discovered all those sick people. Overall, their response to the pandemic is surprisingly orderly. They are closer to the Swiss than to the Poles. How surprising, how changeable the cultures are in today's world.
This is why it is so crucial to stand on the right side of History. Because the levels of impredictability and change are so elevated.
It is the first time, at least in my adult life, that I could have such an extensive period of almost complete emptiness. The result must be, as I presume, some sort of subtle change in me, although apparently I remain even more the same than I have ever been. As if I had fallen into myself with increased gravity.