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Remember how the closing days of 2020 found us filled with anticipation that 2021 would see an end to the COVID-19 pandemic? That soon, life would return to a very-near-normal state? But, unfortunately, while the year indeed had its ups, the conclusion of 2021 found too many areas of the country struggling with high rates of COVID infections and hospitalizations. So we stepped into 2022, longing to be hopeful but fearful of more dashed expectations.
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