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What If?

Two months ago, give or take a few days or so, “normal” took a left turn in the Panhandle.

We were strongly encouraged to stay home unless on an essential errand or duty. The “encouragement” was even stronger if we traveled outside of the Panhandle, at which point we were to take a two-week staycation i.e. self-quarantine. As of May 4, the economic, emotional and social lights are starting to flicker back on. Restaurants and cafes can have a limited number of dine-in customers. Customers can return to their favorite watering hole (breakfast/lunch counters) and redevelop the connect...

 

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