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I have Covid-19

But I’m probably not going to die from it

I thought I did everything right. As soon as the vaccines were available, I signed up, lined up, and sat at home for two weeks before I went out. I was bulletproof, I thought.

I wore masks when I picked up take-out, because that’s what was required. I put off funerals for loved ones, having masked graveside services instead. When I could…

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I’ve learned a few things. Reading is a great teacher, song lyrics rule, and poverty’s a bitch.

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Jody Pineholm

Jody Pineholm

I’ve learned a few things. Reading is a great teacher, song lyrics rule, and poverty’s a bitch.

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