People Share The Most Random Things They Miss About Life Before The Pandemic
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So apparently we are in the endemic phase of this nonsense.

We have light at the end of the tunnel.

So what now?

Where do we go from here?

Normal seems like an outdated word.

How do we get back to normal though?

Is it even possible?

What are reaching back to?

Life pre-Covid.

Those were the days.

If only we could bring them back.

Redditor hetravelingsong wanted to discuss our new normal in this hopeful "endemic" phase. So they asked:

"What’s something random you miss about pre-COVID times?"
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People Break Down What They Learned About People Because Of The Pandemic
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Let's not mince words here: the COVID-19 pandemic isn't over. While cases and deaths (as of writing) are in a decline, new variants are still appearing and the United States, alone, just passed the 1,000,000 death toll mark.

We're certainly living through a memorable time, memorable in the sense that it's never going to be scoured from our memories no matter how hard we try. There are things we've seen from our fellow man that'll stay with us and lesson we've learned through death tears that will educate us for future generations.

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People Debate The Merits Of Continuing To Wear A Mask In Public
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Many parts of the world are gradually lifting mask-wearing mandates in public spaces as the pandemic inches closer to the end.

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We can all agree that the pandemic was long and hard, and it took a toll on all of us in different ways. We all coped in our own ways, from leaving our jobs to losing weight to picking up new hobbies, and more. While we shouldn’t be shamed for how we got through it, we […] More
People Break Down The Things The Pandemic Has Taken Away That We'll Never Get Back
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We've been dealing with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic for two years now and for many, that time might as well be an eternity. The pandemic has robbed us of our ability to make plans and thus the ability to have something to look forward to.

Many still haven't seen their families. And many others are trapped in a cycle of work, sleep, repeat.

Then there are the people who've lost loved ones and there are far too many of those out there. It's a grief that may subside but it will never go away entirely.

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