A whole new world
By day, it almost seemed normal. Folks were out and about, going to work, getting groceries and doing those day-to-day things like filling up with gas and grabbing a cup of coffee or a bottle of pop.
Granted, if you drove by an elementary school, the absence of kids on the playground was a hint that these weren’t normal times.
But it was the evenings that really told us we were dealing with a public health crisis like we’ve never seen before.
For more on this story see the March 24 Tribune.