The possible lasting changes from the COVID-19 pandemic

Reporter: Chris Cifatte
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East College Prep High School senior Jocelyn Hernandez follows a remote Advanced Placement (AP) Calculus class while sitting in a community garden near her home, August 14, 2020 in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. – Due to the continuing coronavirus pandemic all Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) schools will be closed and students will return to class via remote learning when the 2020-21 school year starts on August 18, 2020. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP) (Photo by ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images)

Long after we get past the health issues associated with COVID-19, we will likely still be dealing with the after-effects. Think about all the ways it’s changed our lives so far. And now, how it may for years to come.

Florida Gulf Coast University Finance Professor Tom Smythe; Assistant Professor Joe Liu with Dept. of Management; and Director of the Community Counseling Center Alise Bartley, all sat down with WINK News Achor Chris Cifatte to talk about the possible lasting changes.

WATCH the roundtable above.

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