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People were tweeting things they'll miss about lockdown until others reminded them it's not over.

People were tweeting things they'll miss about lockdown until others reminded them it's not over.

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In most parts of the United States we're approaching 3 months of quarantine with a gradual reopening of businesses as long as they follow a strict set of safety guidelines.

Still, just because some places are open for business doesn't necessarily mean you "should" go to them. Bars in many parts of the United States have reopened for outdoor seating, with many people crowding the sidewalks and streets without masks while bar staff takes their orders in gloves and masks. The image is definitely a strange contrast--if masks are to protect others, do servers and bartenders not deserve protection to? But, then how do you drink a beer with a mask on and don't businesses that have been closed for months need financial support? Perhaps, though, drinking with our friends is a privilege we should wait until after we have a vaccine to enjoy? The debate about how to handle the phases of reopening is definitely very heated on Twitter, Zoom meetings, and socially distanced outdoor gatherings.

So, when #ThingsIWillMissAboutLockdown started trending, plenty of people joined in to fondly look back on the fun parts of their three months of following the rules and staying home, baking banana bread, doing puzzles, or spending time with their dogs AKA "co-workers"--until others had to remind them that Coronavirus is very much still a problem...

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