A lot has changed since the COVID-19 pandemic. Entire countries are under lockdown, inter-nation and international traffic has stopped, and industries have ceased operation in the face of the virus that has taken over 128,000 lives in 185 countries, and put the world in a tailspin.

Even the rebuilding of one of France’s most cherished monuments has been put on hold. It was at 6:20 p.m. (1820hrs GMT) one year ago that Notre Dame cathedral caught fire. The blaze started in the attic and quickly spread through the wood roof of the eight-century-old structure, engulfing it almost entirely and

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