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For almost two years, the coronavirus has forced us all to make decisions — large and small — as we decide how to move forward. Omicron, like earlier variants, has brought new circumstances and a new set of considerations when it comes to those decisions. Should I send my children to school? Should I wear a higher-grade mask? Should I stay away from public places or resign myself to getting this latest variant?
As schools mostly remain open but struggle with outbreaks and staff shortages, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is criticized by some public health experts for shortening the recommended isolation period for infected people without also recommending a negative test, we’re interested in learning how you are feeling about all of this decision-making, and how it is affecting individuals and your community.
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The pandemic has forced us all to make decisions as we decide how to move forward. Share your experiences.