Despite a sputtering start, vaccine distribution hit its stride this spring. By May, all Americans above the age of 12 were eligible to receive the vaccine, and by the Fourth of July, we were celebrating the return of recently foregone freedoms. Happy hour was no longer over Zoom, family gatherings were once again without FaceTime, date nights were back inside restaurants and ballgames were played with fans in the stands. Such springtime hope has wilted with the heat of summer.
Rose & Safder: Mandating COVID vaccination increases freedom, despite claims to the contrary
September 1, 2021