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Joyce Beatty 22h
You thought a shortage of toilet paper was bad, just imagine a shortage of ICU nurses, hospital beds and ventilators. We’re headed that way very quickly!
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Greta Thunberg Nov 17
Solidarity, science and common sense must always come first in every crisis. Protect the people most affected and most vulnerable. Both in the long- and short-term. So once again, let's all act responsibly, and
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Greta Thunberg Nov 19
School strike week 118. Because of new COVID-19 recommendations and the rapid spread, we’re back to . If you strike, remember to keep distance and follow COVID-19 restrictions and recommendations.
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Del Monte Institute for Neuroscience 19h
Thankful for our faculty, students, and staff who continue to forge ahead and push the boundaries of . Be safe and be well.
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James P. Phillips, MD Nov 24
Mayors and Governors - the Wednesday before Thanksgiving is the #2 most crowded bar night of the year, second only to New Year’s Eve. You cannot let such superspreader events occur this year. Close them down and .
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Death by Mage #UnbreakableAnthology Nov 24
All of my indie RPG games are on a Black Friday sale on from 11/24 to 11/30! Everything is 50% OFF! You can also nab them all for a special bundle price! Let's stay home & this holiday weekend!
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Janis Searles Jones Nov 20
More than ever, we need to remember how we entered this pandemic and do everything we can to .
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DG DOLLS SOFTBALL Nov 21
With Illinois in Tier 3 COVID mitigation currently in effect (through mid-December) we’ve paused all indoor training for all Rebels and Cheetahs teams - for the safety of our players, coaches and families.
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Humaira Baloch Nov 23
Pakistan is facing a second spell of Covid-19.The increase in the number of positive & death cases is alarming. In this time of calamity we should act responsibly & join hands to halt spread of this deadly virus by following the prescribed SOPs.
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Hanif Shawn Nov 24
Many of us are hoping to just leave 2020 behind and start anew in 2021. Jap, vaccine dah jumpa ke that we think the current situation will improve just like that? It all depends on us.
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Peter Romeo Nov 24
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Jessie Logeman 13h
The most cathartic thing I’ve done in a while: smash a COVID piñata 🦠
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Sims Advertising Nov 21
For the last 8 months, we've been working from home to help support our clients while keeping our staff, families and friends safe. Although we miss the office shenanigans, events and activities, our productivity and "Make it Happen" culture remains strong 💪
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Stephen C. Dorner, MD, MPH, MSc Nov 17
It’s been 12 months since I saw my parents or my sister. I have a niece I’ve never met. I spend off hours talking to healthcare workers in other states about setting up home triage for patients. Please wear a mask, stay home, and care about one another
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Hugh Headley CTV Nov 21
So maybe wearing a mask makes sense.
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Nurses for Biden-Harris Nov 21
We're burrying colleagues that would be alive if we had PPE, mask mandates and a national shutdown.
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Mrs. Mooney Nov 20
We're having a 2-person Thanksgiving.
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Becca Peterson Nov 18
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cupw Nov 22
This year, it feels like peak season for postal workers started in March. We're proud to serve you, but please remember we are coping with pandemic stress plus the increasing holiday workload. We're still in this together!
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☃️Lynn&Finn&Seamus☃️ Nov 21
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