When the coronavirus emergency is over, the extent to which life will have changed will depend on the length of the disruption, the number of lives it took and the way each country and transnational organization dealt with the crisis.
The day after will depend on the level of trust that exists between citizen and state, between countries.
War calls for discipline, speed, readiness and effectiveness. And the country, like the whole of the planet, finds itself in a state of war. A war where the odds could prove stacked against us.
It is incumbent upon all of us - leaders, opinion makers and citizens - to do what is humanly possible to win this war.
Greek authorities have suspended all transfers of prisoners between penitentiaries as part of broader efforts to curb the spread of the coronavirus and are considering the early release of those serving time for minor offenses in a bid to ease congestion and further lessen the chances of transmission.