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Is the pandemic over? Clark County health officials say COVID likely here to stay

FDA recommends shift to annual booster for virus

By , Columbian staff reporter
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While many aspects of life have gone back to pre-pandemic norms — we can go to the movies again, schools are reopened, most businesses no longer require a mask, and the nationwide public health emergency will be lifted on May 11 — COVID-19 has left lasting impacts on the community.

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