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My Pandemic Story: I Know How Lucky I Am

Being in a safe bubble while death rampages around the world

Photo by Rhea Anglesey on Unsplash

This is my pandemic story from a tiny island nation far, far away.

I am here to share with you my biggest takeaway from the pandemic that changed human history forever.

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Rhea Anglesey

Rhea Anglesey

Kiwi-Indian writer from NZ. I write Blogs|Personal Essays| MicroFiction. Educator & Lifelong learner|Aspiring Novelist. Find me at https://linktr.ee/rheawriter

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