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COVID-19 has altered many holiday traditions – a painful footnote to 2020. While we lament the lack of large holiday gatherings and packed entertainment venues, vaccines are bringing hope for some normalcy in 2021. We hear from Tallahassee Community Chorus Artistic Director Michael Hanawalt and infectious disease specialist Dr. Perry Brown, a professor at the Institute of Public Health at Florida A&M University.
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