“But there is another crucial difference between May 2020 and May 2021: People have now lived through 14 months of pandemic life. Millions have endured a year of grief, anxiety, isolation, and rolling trauma. Some will recover uneventfully, but for others, the quiet moments after adrenaline fades and normalcy resumes may be unexpectedly punishing. When they finally get a chance to exhale, their breaths may emerge as sighs.” Ed Yong in The Atlantic: What Happens When Americans Can Finally Exhale? (Last week, my family spent our first night getting dressed up and going out to dinner since the quarantine started. It was exactly as horrific as I remembered.)