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Shutdowns in cities left musicians without their gigs, with nowhere to tour, and thus bereft of their main source of income.
While everyone wants things to “back to normal,” many are still procrastinating with their compliance to adapt to the “new normal.”
Anti-mask movements were a thing in 1918 just like they are in 2020.
States have begun to open back up but I’m not exactly jumping back into the swing of things. The quarantine aftermath is a lot to deal with.