Today, my country reached an all-time maximum amount of new registered cases of infections with COVID-19, over 10.000, and well past 100 deceased people in result of the virus, during the last 24 hours. The ease of the restrictions during holidays and the general feel of lack of continuous awareness for the risks of the pandemic have led to this situation, which seems to be commonplace around the globe. After several months since the first lockdown had been lifted and we were only going through several less evasive means of containment, our Prime Minister has announced the second lockdown, starting next Friday. I'm still not sure whether I'll be working from home or not, my internship is taking place at a small office with a very reduced number of colleagues, all responsible people who go to and from work by car and not really going anywhere else, perhaps we'll keep going with a paper signed by my patron, but I sure know it will be quite difficult economically-wise for my family, with reduced savings after the first lockdown. Hopefully this will be over soon, and all this to try and get the general state of affairs back in the right direction for things to come back to normality. I'm thankful for still being able to continue my education from home regardless, as well as having several projects to keep me entertained. I wish the best for you all, knowing we're all going through the same, regardless where from. Stay safe, respect the rules of your nation in order to keep you and the others around you protected from the virus and, most of all, remember our community stays strong and is right here for you, I'm sure we'll all do our best to make company and keep us all entertained from the whole current situation.