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Letters From Home: How Has The COVID-19 Vaccine Changed Your Outlook?

Allison Furbee getting her first round of COVID-19 vaccine Friday.
Nick Evans
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Allison Furbee getting her first round of COVID-19 vaccine.

WOSU’s Letters from Home is collecting stories from our day-to-day lives during the COVID-19 pandemic. We want to hear reflections and thoughts from all Ohioans.

This week's question is: How has the coronavirus vaccine changed your outlook on the future?

With the COVID-19 vaccine making its way to nursing homes, teachers, health care professionals and Ohioans 65 and older, there's room for optimism about the eventual end of this neary yearlong pandemic.

WOSU wants to know: Have you or a loved one have gotten the vaccine already? Has the vaccine changed your plans or how you've living? If you aren't in line yet, do you have hopes for what life will be like once you do? 

Use the form below to submit your reflections, and WOSU may include it in our Letters From Home series. Try and limit your response to no more than 1,000 words. Your response may be edited for length and clarity.

WOSU brings you Letters from Home in partnership with the Columbus Museum of Art.

WOSU brings you Letters from Home in partnership with the Columbus Museum of Art.