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Something Simple For You, Something Big For Me

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Something Simple For You, Something Big For Me

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This image is not the most extravagant or inspiring, yet the implications that someone having troubles with travel plans due to COVID-19 affects my life enough says wonders on how everything is changing and we as people need to adapt. I am a blooming adult like many college students and like a college student I have my fees and tuition and books that need paying. Fortunately, I have a loving mother who tries to support me as best as she can, and that involves helping me pay for thoses fees and other living expenses which I can never be more grateful for. Unfortunately, my mother works as a maid for the local Four Seasons Hotel, and is a damn good one at that, but due to COVID-19 hotels closed or have limited staff including limited bookings and guests. People cannot or will not travel due to essential factors caused by COVID-19, the hotel is closed or has limited capacities or has regulations that a surprisingly amount of people do not want to conform too. This makes people lose jobs, this had my mother laid off for months but luckily there are still people who travel and hotels are starting to reopen, so hopefully things can get to a place where no one has to get laid off and depend on government money.

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11/07/2020

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11/18/2020

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This item was submitted on November 7, 2020 by [anonymous user] using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/archive

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