People May Have Covid Fatigue; The Virus is Not Fatigued

Commonsense measures, if practiced, can save lives

Washington State confirmed the first case of Coronavirus in the U. S. on January 15, 2020. As the disease spread to other parts of the country, several state governments issued partial lock-down or stay-at-home orders. During the partial shutdown, only essential services were allowed…




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Dr. Zach Zachariah

Dr. Zach Zachariah

Ph.D. chemist with an M.B.A. | Enrolled Agent | Writes on science | economy | taxes | public interest topics | American politics | Indian-Americans | COVID-19

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