As I sit patiently waiting for my turn to get the vaccine, I am still reporting and living my life to the fullest I can, while still taking necessary precautions to avoid a second exposure to the coronavirus.

I keep a spreadsheet of Washington County’s COVID-19 numbers almost daily, and our active cases and hospitalizations have been steadily decreasing, which is good news. And though I am a little hesitant to trust the Texas Department of State Health Service’s COVID dashboard — because there were nearly 1,500 cases of COVID-19 not reported by them during the winter months because they were backlogged —what I know looks positive.

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