Here Are Some Things You Can Expect Now, That The Pandemic Is Over
There is no question that this last year has been troublesome, to say the least. Although the number of people getting the vaccine is slightly short of President Joe Biden's goal of 70% by the 4th of July, things seem to be inching closer. There are a number of rules and regulations that have not really been strongly enforced or have been pushed back due to the pandemic emergency, now that things are getting back to normal, Buffalo residents will have to get things taken care of.
What Are A Couple Of Things That Should Be Handled?
If you have an expired driver's license or permit you will no longer be allowed an extension to get it renewed, according to wivb.com, the state of emergency for NY State has ended, which means there will be more of an awareness to people driving with an expired drivers license. Although there is still some confusion as to which COVID-19 rules still apply in some places, another thing that Buffalo residents will have to get done is expired registrations.
One thing that people are going to have to get used to, is walking around without a mask on. I know this might sound a little crazy to some people, but like many, I was eager to get rid of the mask, now that vaccinated people are not required to wear them, it still feels a little weird to me to walk about without one.
I have not attended a concert or have gone to the movies yet, we'll have to see what that's like soon.
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