We’re one year into the global pandemic and I, at least, feel my heart rate increase when I think back to those scary days in late March and early April 2020 when nobody knew for sure what was going to happen next. Thankfully it appears clear we’re at the beginning of the end, and we didn’t end up living in The Road.
Among Americans, we Mainers have gotten off lightly, but it’s still be a wrenching experience that will transform society. So for the anniversary of the pandemic I took stock in how the pandemic effected and changed different sectors of life, from the elderly who paid the most terrible price to schools, restaurants, hospitals, and the performing arts. You can read it all in this week’s Maine Sunday Telegram, or online here.