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The light at the end of the tunnel for the COVID-19 pandemic is getting brighter by the day. The COVID-19 National Emergency and Public Health Emergency are scheduled to end on May 11.

“It’s been a long three years,” said Mary Powell, a director of the West Coast law firm Trucker Huss. “It seems like a hundred years ago when this whole thing started. We know that during the National Health Emergency period and the Public Health Emergency period the government issued billions of pages of guidance for us — but that’s all coming to an end.”

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