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As festivals and events return to in-person formats, memories of COVID-19 may not necessarily be top of mind for people as they make summer plans.

As festivals and events return to in-person formats, memories of COVID-19 may not necessarily be top of mind for people as they make summer plans. (Mike McDonald/CTV News)

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COVID-19 cases falling in Algoma

As festivals and events return to in-person formats, memories of COVID-19 may not necessarily be top of mind for people as they make summer plans.

As festivals and events return to in-person formats, memories of COVID-19 may not necessarily be top of mind for people as they make summer plans. (Mike McDonald/CTV News)

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