After year of isolation, vaccinated older Americans start to reclaim their lives

By Joseph Ax NEW YORK (Reuters) - Precisely two weeks after receiving her second COVID-19 vaccine shot, Sylvia Baer spent the day getting an eye exam, enjoying a manicure and buying groceries at Whole Foods - a schedule that 12 months ago would have been utterly unremarkable. Yet the 71-year-old college professor found herself on the verge of tears at, of all places, the eye doctor's office - the first time in nearly a year she had stepped inside a building that was not her own home for more than a moment. "I was so happy," she said, recalling how exciting it was to walk into her grocery store...