Michael Painter
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What have you been doing in the past year, and continue to do every day, to make sure that you and your families can live life as normal as possible during this difficult time and in the future when things get better? #coronavirus #life

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Bridgett Irving
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If we go into store, we all wear our mask.

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ALECIA PEAKS-SHEPARD

We have been maintaining our faith and obeying the laws of the land that's important that we be obedient so that other things would not bind us and that's what my family I have been doing

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GARY ARCURE

I haven't been able to see my mom since last March when my brother decided he'd keep her only at his house instead of half the week at my house, the other half at his because of the pandemic to assure safety, but other than that I'm having a lot more income now than I was when I was working and have been able to save up a lot more money from the edd. Gary

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Donald Cox CRT-RCP

I've been a Respiratory Care Practitioner since 1986. Doesn't affect me in any way. I know how to take care very well. Fauci is a joke in my professional opinion. Many of my colleagues share the same sentiment. We need to see DATA!!! I have never taken a vaccine in all my years in practice. Why? I don't believe in them since they are not 'BROAD SPECTRUM'! They are ONLY effective for a VERY SMALL % of the population. Big Pharma lies to people only to pad their own pockets!

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Michael Painter

We have been diligent in sanitizing everything possible after contact. If our vehicles are used, they are wiped and sprayed immediately. All clothes are put immediately in the wash upon returning home, I am the designated grocery person. When I arrive home, I follow the pervious standards while my wife has the counter sprayed and ready for the groceries. The groceries are sprayed and wiped prior to being put away. Our travel was minimal and having company was limited to a very select number of family members.

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Stephia Davis

Serving the Lord and Look for Job and work out to stay in shape

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Chris Hadry

WORD

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Alan Russo

Covid has affected me professionally since it has lengthen my unemployment. I was layed off in March of 2019 and then had to stop looking for work a couple of months later I had to stop in order to support a family members medical condition. When I started looking for jobs again, then Covid hit, which was very unfortunate timing. On the personal side, Covid had no affect. This is what he had to deal with every flu season. It's just now that everyone else has now experienced this same thing with Covid that my family has had to deal with every year.

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Morgan Huff

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Josh Gould

I feel sorry for people who believe the news media bullshit lies

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