"Memorial Day is considered the unofficial start of summer in the United States, as we honor and mourn those who died while serving in the U.S. military. On past Memorial Days, many of us would visit and leave American flags at cemeteries, watch local parades, fire- up backyard barbecues and invite family and friends over to remember those who served our country – and especially remember those who died for it.
But COVID-19 has hijacked our typical Memorial Day traditions as communities are slowly beginning to reopen after months of self-isolation. And when we look back on Memorial Day 2020, we might see the day as an important inflection point in what many are calling a “New Normal” as the coronavirus pandemic has forever altered many of our American traditions."
Read more about the origin's of "Memorial Day", what Memorial Day 2020 looked like for many, and how to remember to be #grateful for those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms:
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