The question is a pertinent one given the times you are all living in. At the time of posing this online question in the interests of biology health sciences you are all a year and a half into what is universally known as COVID-19. This represents the once in a century event. During the previous century there was the devastating Spanish flu but hardly anyone appeared to notice owing to the fact that it was sandwiched between two great wars, hopefully never to be repeated again.
And then of course there was the great depression.
Hopefully never to be repeated again, but so it goes that we are all living in very uncertain times indeed. No one appears to know what is going to happen next. Some scientists suggest that we may as well get used to living in what is known as the era of pandemics. There are others who will remain pessimistic in their forecasts, while others still will be looking positively towards the short to long-term future.
It might well so confusion or doubt amongst the laymen and women out there but the lesson to them is that they learn to start reading now. They do not necessarily need to read between the lines, all that is needed to begin with is the good habit of practiced, focused reading. You are bound to learn something new from what you read. And indeed, it is a good time to be learning more about the health sciences.
You might not necessarily be studying towards a medical or health qualification but your study material could very well contribute towards something of value within your own professions, field of interest or personal and/or social life. Uncertain times, but interesting nevertheless.