200,000 Dead, Yet we still Don’t Get It

There is pandemic fatigue. Americans want things to go back to normal. Many believe it will be gone, as if by magic. The problem is that it is not. So we are now blaming certain groups for spikes. Chiefly, we are blaming college students. My county is a perfect example. While San Diego State has less than one-quarter of active cases, residents are blaming the college for us going back into a more restrictive list. This…

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Nadin Brzezinski

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Historian by training. Former day to day reporter. Sometimes a geek who enjoys a good miniatures game.

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