(WIVB) — One year age Western New York entered an era unlike any other. Circumstances that no one had seen in a lifetime.
And while COVID has tested us in the worst ways, Western New Yorkers have brought the best out of each other too.
Today we look back at the Coronavirus pandemic.
A year ago we began thinking quarantine and the pandemic would only last a few weeks or months at the most.
In the past year, our lives have changed in unbelievable ways.
If you missed Part 1, you can catch it here.
For a closer look at our special reports, click the links below:
- Infectious disease expert admits some early messaging on mask wearing missed the mark
- Amherst schools excelled during pandemic, ready to reopen
- Western New York COVID survivor reflects on her road to recovery
- County turns focus to expected boost in vaccines
- City of Good Neighbors: How the Buffalo giving spirit persevered over the past year
- Car parades: bringing joy to people during a hard time
- One year later, first St. Joe’s COVID-19 patient has new life perspective
- Frontline workers reflect a year after St. Joe’s COVID hospital creation