When the COVID-19 virus started making headlines at the start of 2020, American observers watched as the disease spread beyond the borders of China and started impacting specific regions of the United States. As the numbers of domestic infections continued to grow, some organizations started talking about closing their offices and asking staff to work remotely.
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Almost overnight, virtually the entire country was experiencing some level of infection, and companies from coast to coast were sending staff home. What many expected to be a temporary precaution that would last a week or 2 continues