Speaking of Wellness: Coping With Covid-19 During the Holidays

6 Ways to Keep Your Gatherings Safe

Something great happened in late October. My 11-year-old granddaughter, for whom vaccinations had not yet been approved, wanted to spend the night with us, and we were able to make it happen without risking anyone’s health. My wife bought rapid Covid tests at our local drugstore, and when our granddaughter came over, we swabbed our […]

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