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In more normal times, people already struggled to take time off from work, polling machines broke down, and it was hard for many to even get to the polls.
Allowing the flow of water through coastal areas to return to normal seems key.
The crowded bar scene is likely one of the last things that will go “back to normal” after the pandemic.
BAR RESCUE: PANDEMIC EDITIONJAKEMETHSEPTEMBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
Everyone wants to know what the new normal will be like for everything.
During this time, commuters couldn’t take their normal routes—they were forced to use other subway stops to get to work.
That clouded, essentially, my judgment about how normal people consuming Netflix would feel about it.
Putting forth these kinds of ideas is a normal part of the scientific process, says University of Manitoba virologist Jason Kindrachuk.
That’s kept output below normal levels and meat producers throughout Europe and the Americas saw similar problems as slaughterhouses became hotspots for the virus.
“The normal buying experience is still the same,” said Hrabovsky.
Part of his success is that he sticks to a formula for his posts and Instagram stories that reinforce he’s a “normal human not a huge corporation,” like some wedding entertainment companies.

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