Is Covid Our Generation’s Polio?

Can history help us deal with this disease?

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When I was a kid, my family was vacationing in Philadelphia during the first outbreak of Legionnaire’s Disease. July 1976 was the bicentennial, and the city where the declaration of independence was signed should have been thronged with tourists.




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Jennifer Dunne

Jennifer Dunne

Regular contributor to The Daily Cuppa & Dancing Elephants Press📚Author of fiction and non-fiction🎓Getting PhD in Metaphysics✏️Topics: cats, positivity & life

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