Does anyone recall washing their groceries in the sink in the spring of 2020?

Some of us might chuckle with friends about that sort of thing now. It’s the kind of memory that makes COVID-19 feel like it’s over, like it happened decades ago. While the world is still dealing with an ebbing-and-flowing virus spread, and the calamities that go along with that, many of the restrictions and temporary adaptations feel like they’re over–like they’ve been over for a long time.

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