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Piggy bank wearing mask next to shopping car with dollars Nearly one in five respondents said they’ll continue doing more of their shopping online and a surprising 15% said they’ll continue wearing masks in public even after the pandemic. (Photo: Shutterstock)

More than one in five Americans think life will get back to normal by the summer, according to a survey by HealthCareInsider, but almost the same percentage think life as we knew it before the pandemic won’t come back until 2022 or later. Eighteen percent hope that things will be normal again by fall, and 13% say life will never be the same again.

Danielle Andrus

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