It is great to see news such as the article below stating the number of mass shootings in the U.S. plunged 24% in April from a year earlier. But what will happen as we begin to phase back to work and some sense of normalcy. Will the long term ramifications of lock-down, to include financial stressors and unchecked mental illness cause a spike in mass shootings to include workplace violence? It is a great opportunity for organizations to revisit their workplace violence prevention programs in light of new stressors caused by this pandemic. Early intervention is the key to workplace violence prevention.