So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, adieu.
Ta ta, 2020. Don’t let the door hit your keister on the way out.
Each December, the advent of the new year carries a chance of renewal, a glimmer of hope and an opportunity for redemption.
But bidding good riddance to a year plagued by perpetual political, health care and cultural conflicts packs even more promise than in Decembers of the past.
This exhausting year comes to a close as the first Floridians began receiving highly anticipated vaccinations considered a critical step on the path toward a return to normalcy amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The first doses of vaccines offered welcome respite, but the relief is tinged by gaping holes in family trees, soul-ravaging isolation and anxiety and, for some, insurmountable rifts in a bitterly divided nation.
With Inauguration Day just around the corner, President Donald Trump seems to have intensified the country’s collective angst. The Republican President is refusing to acknowledge that President-elect Joe Biden will move into the White House on Jan. 20.
Politics aside, Biden delivered a grim forecast about the nation’s war with COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the coronavirus.
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