Church Bells Ring Out During Height Of Pandemic — And Beyond
In many cities, people applauded frontline workers during the pandemic by clanging pots and pans each day.
In the town of Thetford, Vermont, bells rang out from churches and school buildings every evening at 7 p.m. Now, as the pandemic wanes, some want to continue the tradition.
Lexi Krupp of Vermont Public Radio reports.
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