Corona Virus

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Corona Virus

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When I first found out about Corona it was at school in art class when I overheard some kids talking about it. The next thing you know two days later the country was shutting down and we were preparing for online school. I though that this was very serious until my family did some of our own research on the virus. I realized that it was not as dangerous as we think, but that didn't stop my life from changing. My baseball season was cancelled and online school was beginning to take a toll on my mental health. The worst part is it seemed like there was no end. People would just believe whatever they were told and it kept the lockdown alive. At this point I was able to tell that almost all hope was lost after all the deadlines that were never carried out. Knowledge from school has just been going in and out and the media is keeping people scared. A virus with a 99.7 percent survival rate has taken over the world for 9 months and I don't know why. The arrival of covid has also left me wondering. If it is so bad then how come we can adjust? If people are really dying then why can we still do so many things? Does the virus just disappear during riots or at "peaceful protests". Corona coming into my life has left me confused, unmotivated, and in a pit.

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This item was submitted on December 15, 2020 by Sammy Pacich using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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