Worldwide, the total number of COVID-19 cases is 40.1 million; 27.5 million recovered and 1.11 million people have died (www.nytimes.com, Oct. 19, 2020). This virus, this plague called coronavirus/COVID-19, has wreaked havoc across the world. There has been damage to the economy, loss of employment, interruption in vacations, celebrations, traditional school attendance, athletic events, family gatherings, and graduations, just to name a few effects. In addition to the impact physically, many are suffering mentally and emotionally. The worst damage that has happened and we cannot correct is that loved ones have died due to complications of COVID-19.
How do we get back to where we were? I do not believe that we will ever get back to where we “were.” Maybe at this point we do not need to get back to where we “were” but move forward and give honor to those have died from this virus.
COVID-19 has caused loved ones to leave prematurely and that is a tragedy. Whenever there is an event...
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