Maria Panaritis: The strangeness of having a checkup during a pandemic
It began two weeks ago, my foray into the abnormal new normal of a region reopening from pandemic lockdown.The kid’s dentist was back in business. My boy, too, had been yanked from kindergarten, cut off from classes, friends, and even trips to the supermarket. So, when the dental office opened back up, we slipped him in for a cleaning. In theory, schools are reopening this fall. In theory, they will need evidence that the kids saw a doctor and dentist.His would be the first of several medical meet-ups I’d book as the region entered or moved toward the “green” phase of reopening businesses and ...
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