Covid statistics and how they effect me

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Covid statistics and how they effect me

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During the past few months, I have learned a lot about viruses, especially covid from the news, my parents, and science class. When someone gets covid they usually recover in about 1-2 weeks which from my friends and family who had it seems right because that's how long it took them to recover. Right now the death rate according to a site is less than 1% in America and 1 per 800 people who had it have died. I personally don't know anyone who died from it but I pray for all the people who have lost friends or family because even though it's less than 1% it can still affect people very negatively. There have been roughly 24 million cases so far and I hope it gets better.

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This item was submitted on January 25, 2021 by Ethan White using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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