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Vaccines a bright spot for some


Shining light on how the COVID-19 vaccine has brightened the outlook for the pandemic, a nurse in Boulder, Colorado, has created a 4-foot-tall chandelier made with hundreds of vaccine vials that she’s called the Light of Appreciation, NPR reports.

Laura Weiss and her colleagues have inoculated hundreds of thousands of people, according to the broadcast, and so using hundred of empty vials of the Moderna vaccine to string together something to commemorate the advances in medicine.

“I knew I had wanted to do something with light because I felt like it’s just been such a dark year and a half that I wanted to bring light to whatever it was I was doing," Weiss told NPR. 

“I love that from far away it just looks like a beautiful chandelier, and then you get closer and you realize it’s all vaccine vials,” she said.

The Light of Appreciation is on display in Ms. Weiss’s living room as she looks for a permanent home.