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NEW YORK (AP) — Fully-vaccinated Americans can gather with other vaccinated people indoors without wearing a mask or social distancing, according to long-awaited guidance from federal health officials.
A COVID-19 shot is administered to a Norman resident Monday during the vaccination clinic held at Embassy Suites.
This has been a very trying year, filled with challenges and difficulties none of us expected to face. While I wish the trials had reached their end, we must hang on and continue to persevere. But as we do, we should also find some comfort in the blessings that exist even in such dark circumstances and recognize the hopeful light at the end of the tunnel. For in times of great abundance or of great hardship, Americans find strength when we come together to give thanks.
Jeff Mullin (column mug)ENE
Every year, on the first Monday in September, most Americans take an extra day to relax, travel or spend time with their family, friends and loved ones. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, however, this Labor Day will be observed differently than usual. By no fault or choice of their own, many hardworking Americans have fallen on difficult times and are out of work. During these unprecedented circumstances, I encourage you to remember that these dark days are only temporary. Indeed, our country has proven its strength, tenacity and resilience time and again throughout our history. And I am confident we will do so again.
Suddenly we weren't all in this together anymore. All at once it was us against them, this time in terms of the most devastating public health crisis of our lifetimes.
COLUMN: Acceptable, like beauty, in the eye of the beholder
Dr. Chris Garneau, assistant professor of sociology at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, was recently recognized by the academic…