Op-Ed: Our Post-Covid Lives Shouldn’t Go Back to ‘Normal’—They Should Go Back Better
It has been a year.
Yes, that is an understatement. But it has also been illuminating, as well as a true opportunity for all of us to ensure that our post-Covid-19 lives don’t go back to “normal” but go back better.
Covid-19 stripped down our support structures and shone an unforgiving light on the pre-existing gaps in services for our county’s families, specifically as they relate to health, food and internet access.