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#17. May 5, 2020 at 5:39 am: Saqib Noor – Verified One.Surgery user (5) The curve is flattening but what about the aftermath
It’s really heartening to see the numbers slowly fall throughout the world. I used to check in on the world graphs and charts a few times a day but over the last week I have stopped paying as much attention. The figures certainly are declining, which means I think we are getting through the worst of it. But like a tornado that riots through a town, I wonder what destruction remains at the end? What pieces will be left to pick up and what can never be rebuilt?
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