are you kidding? whats your job?
I've worked from home for 3 months and it was a hell. Good at first couple of days or maybe weeks, then it gets incredibly frasturating to open computer and do something actual "work"
It's great, you can use your own bathroom, you can make some great food in your own kitchen and you waste less time because you don't have to drive to work. I hope more and more companies decide to keep it that way, they would also save a ton of money
I understand your point and honestly agree. especially using your own bathroom is great :) Home office thing is good but I've been actively working for 6 years now and I think that's why it was hard me to adapt.
I'd like to see the world to learn for a potential new similar kind of pandemic in the future that we take far more radical action right from the start. Imagine if China had got isolated world-wide right from the beginning to stop it spreading and the rest of the world could give financial aid for the country which gets lockdowned from the rest of the world so it won't suffer such a high loss. MUCH cheaper and MUCH less painful approach. Far better locking down a whole country from the rest of the world and aid that country financially until the pandemic is under control.