Rounding year one of the pandemic

As the pandemic turns one year old today, people are reflecting on how their perspectives have changed in that time.

James Grudic
Kicker

 A client of hairstylist Emma Whitt poses while wearing a face mask.
Some jobs like hairstyling can’t be done with social distancing, even for those with risk factors for COVID-19. Photo submitted by Emma Whitt

No one could predict how things would go after a global pandemic was declared in March 2020. After a year of coping and adapting, people have had to adjust their expectations and their perspectives. Kicker’s James Grudic has the story.

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