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Anton van Walraven May 23
This behaviour is not surprising at it is born out of an idea of 'freedom' that is directly linked to how the country was founded: founded on genocide of Indigenous peoples. As long as the US is unwilling to acknowledge this, this despicable behaviour will continue.
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Rob Shirkey May 21
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LifeRuiner103 May 24
Things being open gives people a false sense of security. Nothing is less contagious I don't know how we're supposed to operate at less than full capacity- or with people not going out; I also know we can't just do like we used to and to do so is selfish and foolish
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Co School Nurses May 21
Colorado School Nurses are creative with social distancing to return student medications to families. School Nurses are critical to school re-opening planning. Include school nurses in this process. The health of students matters.
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Angelika Sabine May 19
Too many have died because of and leaders. By current estimates 90% of the fatalities from could've been prevented if a real response would have been taken just 14 days earlier. If issued just 1 wk earlier, deaths could've been reduced by 60%.
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Peter Murphy May 20
I kinda feel sorry for the people who lived during the Dark Ages, when people listened to the loudmouth village idiot, trusted in wacky superstitious ideas over science during a sickness or a plague. y'know, the Dark Ages: the USA in 2020.
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Sara Shouhayib May 22
Happy to sport my favorite accessory 💁🏻‍♀️ Be safe this Memorial Day weekend. Please 🙏
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P Yoggi 22h
The nations top health expert Dr. Fauci... the favorite of the main stream media... Is this the sign of a sane or logical individual?
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Terri Me3 May 23
Covid-19 Testing Question~ For those who have been tested how uncomfortable is the test & how far back in your nose do they place the swab?
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Su Mohan #VoteByMail🗳#WinBlue🗽#DemsWork4USA🇺🇸 9h
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Carolyn B. Maloney May 24
1,000 names and stories. 100,000 lives and families. Just 1% of those we've lost to . Every step we take to save a life matters. Wear a mask. Wash your hands. Use social distancing. And thank you, , for making these stories known.
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Crimsonite® ☳☮☴ The Light Bringer May 22
Queens, New York. Young Americans said the virus only targets old people. White Americans said it only targets colored people. Look where we're today. This is just one corner in .
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Mina 8h
The behavior we’re observing in this pandemic; it’s the result of the times we’re living; people Uninformed,that it feeds on the worst part of social media, and worthless television programs; this society has an illness and Trump is a symptom of this..
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Aljoscha Kreß 🏴‍☠️🇺🇳🌍 May 24
Dear , here is your “badge of honour“.
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Prof. Dr. Benhur Lee, MD 🦠🧬🔬 May 24
nears 100K deaths. NYT lists just 1% 🇺🇸 deaths. Every name is associated with a lifetime of stories. This is a tiny fraction of 🌎🌍🌏 350K lost to this pandemic. I memorialize them. As a 🥼, I am reminded to share, to educate, to fight against a common foe. 🗺vs 🦠
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Ġoodluck 𝗛aule 💣🔥 May 22
Replying to @MsigwaGerson
What you need to know about All 50 states are at least partially reopened as the country heads into Memorial Day weekend. Some states have recorded a clear upward trend of average new daily cases over the prior week. ☝️👇🏽 Have we ever been in ? 🤮🤮🤮
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Ozesurfer May 23
Powerful — list of Covid victims
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CandyGamer73 May 23
What in God's name is this? I don't want this involved in COVID-19!
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Sherry Fowler Grey May 24
Replying to @MSNBC
I don’t understand people anymore! Those that are screaming about their civil liberties are just making this virus spread farther and will kill thousands more! And, Taunting those who wear masks? Maybe those people have a compromised immune system or cancer!
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Afshin Ellian May 24
The front page of The New York Times for May 24, 2020
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