Bye bye, bank balance! It was nice knowing you.
When news first broke about the Corona virus, the image that I had in my head was that of a man who drove a truck around the streets of Warwick when I was a child in the 1970s. He delivered bottles of fizzy pop made by Corona. He sold Dandelion and Burdock which tasted like a mixture of liquorice, aniseed and disinfectant, as well as a sickly-sweet concoction called Cream Soda which made your body 97% sugar for a while and corrupted all your decision-making processes.
Also for sale were lemonade, orangeade, cherryade and Band-Aid, although I may have remembered wrongly with that last one.
What I didn't know until ten minutes ago when I researched it…