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Collected Item: “COVID-19 Rules and Procedures”

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COVID-19 Rules and Procedures

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On March 10, 2020 it was announced that California is on lock down. Now there was many rules going around but the main one wearing masks and staying at home. At the beginning everything was shut down every restaurant, beach, and business. As time when on people started to get bored. Including me I practically watched every show on Netflix. About four months went by and things started opening up. By then everyone was sick of masks and social distancing. The main thing that opened up were beaches and everyone was excited again. Then they were closed again. And then they were open. It was kind of a big cycle that just went on and on. All the rules were kind of weird and like controlling but then they became normal to me. I can't imagine a life without a mask. In conclusion, I don't necessarily like the rules but they became easy to follow.

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Jaycee Hentges

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