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My Neighbors Survived COVID, But They Still Won’t Get Vaccinated

They still deserve compassion and empathy

Photo by Daniel Schludi on Unsplash

For the last month, my neighbors across the street weren’t at their usual spot. They’re your classic old couple in a small town. They sit outside and people-watch until dark.

My partner and I, at first, thought they were out of town. We joked about how nice it…




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