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As the school year slows to a stop for summer, COVID slowly is too. The increased number of vaccinations and the rapid decline in cases means that this summer will certainly be better than the last, and gives way to a hopefully fairly normal 2021-2022 school year.

COVID-19 and summer

There’s no doubt that the 2020-2021 school year has been a bit different compared to most. With academic adjustments made to create a safe learning environment allowing some to prevail, and some to unfortunately fail, it’s a good thing the school year is coming to an end. 

As the school year slows to a stop for summer, COVID slowly is too. The increased number of vaccinations and the rapid decline in cases means that this summer will certainly be better than the last, and gives way to a hopefully fairly normal 2021-2022 school year. 

This doesn’t mean to completely disregard guidelines, but to at least be cautious. Just because things slow down, doesn’t mean that they can’t pick right back up. There are also many parts of the world that are still struggling with the pandemic. Even though it’s nearing an end for us, it may not even be close to an end for others. People’s lives were and are greatly impacted by this pandemic and we can’t forget that.

Anyways, be safe and have an amazing summer.

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