COVID-19 changed our lives suddenly in March. It has become more critical than ever to read signs.
Procedures, policies and hours of operation are continually being updated.
Some of our favorite places have closed temporarily.
Signs remind us of our beliefs and our divisions. (Pictures of the protestors were taken on Route 44 in Coventry.)
Signs were used as an art installation at UConn.
And, of course, the ever-present reminders to wear our masks and maintain social distance.
Here’s to hoping for a new year with fewer signs, fewer new procedures, smaller worries, more re-openings, and a joyful return to hugging, dancing, laughing, and singing.
3 thoughts on “Signs of the Times in 2020 Manchester”
Great blog Chris
Thanks, Mary Jane. This article was initially published in January, and I accidentally re-posted it. For the most part, the stores on Main St. in Manchester don’t have signs today.