By Meg Shaw

CLEVELAND — With a new year comes new hope. In 2021, millions of people hope life will return to some semblance of normalcy. That includes traveling, attending big events and more.For some events, though, you may need to show you've received your COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available widespread. Already tech companies and health organizations are teaming up to create mobile apps that will allow users to upload their medical data, including tests and vaccination records. 

 

By Diane Twitchell

COVID-19 dramatically impacted how we live, learn, work, socialize, shop, and entertain ourselves. It has also changed how we interact with our favorite stores, restaurants, and service providers – even our healthcare providers. You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who hasn’t had a virtual doctor appointment, ordered groceries online, or used curbside pickup in 2020.