The only answer is an emphatic yes. However not only for the reasons you're probably named. Surprisingly in 2020 we not only crossed off pestilence but also locust. I'm not religious however two out of 10 o c the plagues and its not even september.
About two months ago this article from north popped up on my news feed. This article that I will link in sources basically the swarms affected most of Eastern Africa and parts of southwest Asia. Kenya had officials saying the swarms where the worst seen in nearly seven years. Eye witnesses reported one swarm measuring roughly 25 miles wide by 37 miles long.
I did the math that is roughly 925 square miles. To put that number in perspective the city of Detroit is 139 square miles. I'm not making light of the pandemic or saying that this is at all the same severity. My thoughts go out to anyone that has lost someone during this crisis. I just wanted to bring some attention to another headline that probably didn't even register in 2020. Because any swarm that is over 6.5 times larger than the city of Detroit is worth bringing some more attention to.