founder of FEMCA Financial Services
New Delhi, India
We have been in lockdown for about 2 months now. It's mandatory to wear a mask and maintain social distancing. The cases are on rise since many people aren't following the lockdown despite repeated efforts. But at least infection rate and the death rate are considerably lower as compared to many western nations.

I already used to work from home, so these measures have just cut down my outdoor activity like going to the gym or socialising. I also miss travelling. But I made DIY gym equipment and bought some locally. I workout on the roof of my house at 5 am before the heat starts to build up. That and my work are keeping me occupied.
Currently it's been hard to keep myself motivated, to keep moving forward day after day in the midst of all this uncertainty. But I believe that there is light at the end of the tunnel.

On the bright side, I have had time to reflect and to cut out all the non-essential work/activities from my life. I have had time to dedicate to the people who matter and the things that matter. There is this very special person I video called after almost a year or two. That's the lockdown, working on creating stronger bonds and I fully intend to meet her when the lockdown lifts now :)
I have a biased opinion about repercussions since I am from tech background. I think that tech will be an integral part of our society, that we will no longer use cash, and that people will start valuing their love life, social life and family life much more. Millennials and Gen Z will be scarred the same way as the generations following the Great Depression and WW2 were. Huge droves of people will be unemployed and Universal basic income will be a reality. I also believe that true "entrepreneurs", who can solve a problem that people face and then sell them the solution, will become extremely successful and will go as high as their talents will take them.
current state
thinking macro, planning micro, executing macro