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What Lessons From Your COVID-19 Experience Are You Applying In 2024?

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posted January 24
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It is my second time having covid. I am allergic to paxlovid.

posted January 24
A myCOVIDteam Member

Eat healthy and take care of myself. I sanitize surfaces a lot. When I am at school I make sure I have my own pencil and I keep surfaces sanitized.

posted April 16
A myCOVIDteam Member

Sanitse....keep your distance..not possible for me because I am a grade 3 teacher..thats how i get govid 3 times.

posted March 6
A myCOVIDteam Member

Have basic resources on hand at all times in case of illness or public health closures or supply shortages. Things like Toilet paper, Canned goods-soup, Bottle water.
When I had the illness the first time, I was out of everything. I had to ask my Mom to bring food and water because I felt so sick. Of course, that put her at risk. Then by the time I was feeling better, even grocery stores were limiting customers inside, and the shelves were bare.

posted February 29

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