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Viewpoint - January 22, 2021

Contradictions of COVID-19

by Yvonne Boxerman

It's interesting to drive along El Camino Real these days, say a stretch from Menlo Park to Sunnyvale. You'll probably notice that traffic has picked up somewhat from those really quiet early days at the start of the pandemic. You'll see a few pedestrians, some masked and others "bare" faced, walking along the sidewalk. You may observe a few trees, with the last of their beautiful red leaves just barely hanging on, as we head deeper into the winter months.

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