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What’s your level of comfort with attending coin shows as they begin to open up?

Very likely to attend the coin shows.

Asim Saddal Chicago, Ill.

I feel comfortable going to coin shows. I have been immunized.

John Carney Address withheld

I think that I am beginning to feel comfortable coming to coin shows. I had plans for last fall and had to cancel, and the hotel wouldn’t refund my first night! I feel that I would probably feel comfortable along midsummer or at least by fall. Of course, there is always something that “comes up” that makes me more timid.

Mike Branch Mineralwells, W.Va.

Have absolutely no qualms in attending any coin show near me.

This includes Maine in the summertime.

Frank Trask Ocala, Fla.

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