All depends how you define "normal." Obviously the owners still have interest in a reduced schedule as it seems pretty clear attendance will range from zero to extremely limited even with a better roll-out pace. As of now Oregon doesn't expect to vaccinate anyone under 65 before May, but I assume that projection is based on the current worst-case, not how it might actually be.
I don't think the owners really care about vaccinating the players, they are just using that as a distraction. They could easily play without it. And vaccination still doesn't stop - thought it probably reduces - transmission so they'd have to continue taking precautions around other people (stadium employees, restaurants and hotels, their own family members).
If and when they do end up going with 120 or 140 games I wonder if they'll get rid of East-West trips.
That is certainly good news that PA didn't see an additional Christmas bump. I personally think we've got one more rough period ahead of us. It's still winter, the new more contagious strain is only just starting to hit (and will spread long before vaccinations help) and places are opening up again (indoor dining in Philly, schools where I am).