Twenty years from now our kids and grandkids will look at a photo of a line of people, all wearing facemasks, and wonder, “What was that all about?” Or, who knows, maybe masks will be so common in the future, that they’ll marvel at picture of people packed shoulder to shoulder, unmasked, without a care in the world.

Either way, 2020 will be seen as “that year we all wore masks” or the demarcation line between the way we used to live and the new normal. For all of us who lived through it, 2020 will remain unforgettable.