I’m betting that you need a break from curve flattening, and disinfectants, and Twitter, and Slack, and Zoom, and asking if people can see your screen, so let me tell you what I’ve been reading recently.
I’ve been reading a whole lot about tomatoes, particularly how they are transported from the North to the South of Nigeria. You see, tomatoes are quite subject to decay, only staying good for a couple of days outside of cold chain storage. As many transporters can not afford that they take a huge loss from the amount that is loaded unto the trailers to the amount that gets delivered to markets in the South.
If you’re unfamiliar with the geography, the Northern parts of Nigeria tend to grow crops like tomatoes in huge quantities and ship them to markets in the South - using routes quite like that in the figure below.