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Subject: The number of infections and deaths will continue to decline as more of the population is vaccinated.


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We did not see a spike in cases after the Super Bowl, so we certainly will not see one following March Madness.
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Date Posted: Wednesday, February 17, 12:53:20pm
In reply to: By April 1, we're likely to see 500,000 U.S. deaths! 's message, ""The end is finally in sight!" -Hardly. With new variants of the virus, March Madness, Easter, and other events in Spring, we're looking at 4th wave to hit." on Wednesday, February 17, 12:37:12pm

My children are both back in school and attending extracurricular activities. My employer has scheduled a weekend retreat the first weekend in March and all spots have been reserved. We're clearly moving in the right direction and the faster we return to normal the better for everybody.

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I agree - feels like we've finally turned the corner, but we have a long way to go until 'normal'. (NT)Anyone work from home? Our anticipated 'back in office' date is late summer - and only part time in office for while after that.Wednesday, February 17, 01:41:47pm


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