It's hard to believe, and even harder to accept, how much things have changed since COVID-19 started killing Canadians.
Back in that fatal Spring we were united. We followed doctor's orders, we applauded the medical workers risking their lives, we loudly and proudly proclaimed that we were all in this together.
And for a while we were, and in most parts of Canada, we did manage to at least temporarily beat down the curve.
But pandemic fatigue took its toll, all that solidarity went down like the Hindenburg, and now I'm living in a Red Zone.
Covid-19 is surging again all over the place, and threatening to overwhelm our hospitals.Which can only lead to the worse human catastrophe in Canada since the 1918 flu pandemic, with more dead people than anybody can count, and tens of thousands of others scarred for life.
And while I blame those who just don't get the message.