A switch flipped last year when, quite suddenly, nearly everything stopped. For most of us, our daily lives turned upside down. We took a huge step back, didn't leave our homes, moved online for work and school, and were forced to find other ways to entertain ourselves. Looking back, it seems shocking how quickly the brakes were pulled.
Thirteen months later, we are moving closer to a possible end to this pandemic. With no flip to switch to move back towards normal, the process will be slower and full of questions.
Plus, the end is not guaranteed with the rise of cases across the world threatening to derail recovery.
With warmer weather and increased vaccinations, there is a strong urge to move on with our lives. But what exactly t...
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