January 6, 2021
About a year ago, press conferences and news reports were grabbing everyone’s attention.
Politicians and health experts were lining up to explain a crisis. A new virus was detected. It was quickly defined as contagious and deadly. It was also defined as preventable by washing your hands, covering your mouth when coughing or sneezing and stay home when sick. The advice was simple. Remember what you were taught in kindergarten and you will be fine.
As time moved on, so did the restrictions. It became politically incorrect to call it a Chinese virus, even though it was first identified in C...
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