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Stay Away, It’s for the Best: Coronavirus shuts down school

Flu and allergies are always a nuisance people expect, especially this time of year. With around 34 million cases and 56,000 deaths each year from the flu alone, staying healthy and developing sanitary habits is vital. But with the current outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, people are more concerned with their health than ever before. COVID-19 originated in China and has now spread worldwide with …

Read more → April 10, 2020 5:05pm
Joseph Bloise

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