When will we finally get back to normal?
As we roll through the one-year anniversaries of the COVID-19 pandemic, that’s the question I keep asking myself and others. We all mean different things by our answers — when will kids be back in school full time; when will we not have to wear masks indoors; when will Broadway be open again (that’s my personal benchmark) — but we all mean the same general thing: When can we stop thinking about COVID?
I understand the question — I ask it myself. But I think it might be the wrong question.