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Detect, Test, Isolate, Trace, and Test Again! — Your path to re-entering society is testing, testing, testing.

In this post, I address the assumptions presented in “Part I: Whether you like it or not — Here’s the truth about re-entering society in a post-COVID-19 world. A COVID-19 survivor’s perspective.

The post provides evidence-based data[i] and up-to-date answers to the questions and assumptions presented in the previous post. All references are provided in endnotes. As in Part I, you may not agree with what I’m presenting, but it is supported and referenced by data. …

A COVID-19 survivor’s perspective.

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First, let’s state the question on everyone’s mind ‘When are we going to get back to normal? When can I go back to school and work? When can I begin to socialize again?’

President Trump makes the following statements at almost every White House Press Briefing on Coronavirus, “We need to open up! We need to get people back to work.” But are Americans willing to go back to work and re-enter society blindly?

A second wave of COVID-19 infections will have economic catastrophic results and be devastating if we re-enter society too soon.

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Are only people who have recovered from COVID-19 allowed to reintegrate into society?

When we look at the current COVID-19 crisis and the actions that will be required to restart our society as we know it, we’ll necessarily have to consider the impact on both our civil liberties and civil rights.

On Monday, April 7th Dr. Anthony Fauci, NIAID Director, was asked by a reporter when we will be able to get back to our normal way of life. Dr. …

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Well, the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) seems to be everywhere we turn. Living in NH, my husband and I are lucky that the pandemic has not overtaken our Portsmouth, NH community, as it has in NYC and other hot spots around the country. I’m personally thankful to have access to excellent medical care and acknowledge how lucky I am to have had access to early testing. We are all on heightened alert, scared, and trying to cope with this temporary new normal.

On Thursday evening, March 26th, I received a call from a NH Department of Health and Human Services (NH DHHS) public health official informing me that I tested positive and have COVID-19. …

The gender pay gap, a.k.a. wage gap, is the difference between the amount of money paid to women and men, often for doing the same work.

This subject is important because it’s time both men and women put an end to the wage gap. The issue of the gender wage gap and equal pay came up at the Women’s Leadership Center‘s Connect, Learn, & Thrive Professional Women’s Event held March 7 in New York. There, I served as a panelist and felt compelled to share my opinion. …


Michaeline Daboul

Entrepreneur, wife, mother, and COVID-19 survivor.

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