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Second anniversary of COVID-19 in Clark County a time of optimism for some, pain for others

By Dylan Jefferies, Columbian staff writer
Published: March 6, 2022, 6:06am
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Clockwise from left at the closest table: Bill and Barbara Seeba, of Vancouver, and Melissa and Madison Soler, of Portland, enjoy an evening on the heated patio of Elements Restaurant on Friday, Jan. 22, 2021, on Main Street in downtown Vancouver.
Clockwise from left at the closest table: Bill and Barbara Seeba, of Vancouver, and Melissa and Madison Soler, of Portland, enjoy an evening on the heated patio of Elements Restaurant on Friday, Jan. 22, 2021, on Main Street in downtown Vancouver. (Contributed by Carol Erwin) Photo Gallery

Life might return to relative normalcy if COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations keep decreasing, but for Hazel Dell resident Leonard Mills, life will never return to normal.

During the delta surge in the summer of 2021, Bonnie Mills, his wife of 48 years, died from COVID-19, becoming one of the 740 Clark County residents who died from the disease since the pandemic began.

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