I did six last year,and I'm on my third this year,armor aircraft and one ship.
The area we live in is rural,a lot less people,so we have been able to enjoy some outdoor things all along while being able to keep socially distant.Like hiking,walking and our sub divisions pool,we check out small towns,we have been relatively unaffected.Now we do miss our vacations,museums,ball games,friends coming over.
But now that we are vaccinated,we have dined out inside and will have vaccinated friends and family over.I do look forward to going to a local model club meeting on 6/5
In my state (Hawaii) we are slowly emerging from the Covid lockdowns. A couple of nights ago, the neighbors got together for the first time in months over drinks my neighbor's house. Two Saturday's ago, our local IPMS had our first meeting. Last week our neighborhood recreation center allowed table tennis and badminton again.
I suddenly find myself with more choices and more ability to interact with people. I had been limited to weekly walks with my brother, which has been great for bonding. I also devoted a great deal of time to ship modeling. I guess that will decline.
I built a lot more models than I normally would have. I count 8 finished models in 2020 and 3 completed so far in 2021. (I am now building a model of the second-class battleship/armored cruiser USS Maine.)
I was fortunate having a hobby such as ship-modeling to keep me going during the long Covid lockdown. Hopefully, we can return to a bit more of our former normal lives.