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How COVID-19 affects Voting Procedures

As streets empty and cities close down due to the coronavirus pandemic, the United States has been left with a democratic dilemma in regards to the 2020 election.  Uncertainty and claims of unsafe in-person voting capabilities by infectious disease experts across the country fill daily newscasts. As a result, many …

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COVID-19’S Impact On The Environment

Due to COVID-19, many have lost their lives, jobs, and family. This outbreak warranted the practice of social distancing and self-quarantine to prevent the spread of infectious disease. With individuals leaving their homes only for essentials, cities across the globe have become uncommonly still.   Due to the stay at home …

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Quarantine Makeovers

The global pandemic COVID-19 has prompted millions across America to stay home in an effort to prevent the spread of the virus. Only allowed out for essentials, many Americans have gone stir crazy and quickly abandoned any form of a healthy routine. Days seem to blend together and many have …

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Coronavirus Increases Black Market Sales

Wuhan, China, the place of origin for the world’s biggest battle: the coronavirus. No one paid enough attention, many were disheartened to hear the news but thought it’d blow off eventually, yet they were all wrong. Quickly and surprisingly, the virus spread, causing a global pandemic since viruses don’t discriminate.  …

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The Racism Outbreak

Because of the recent coronavirus outbreak, the Asian population  of the world is facing discrimination for their connection to the disease. The coronavirus (COVID-19) originated in Wuhan, China in December 2019. Scientists searching for a cure have reported that the disease is expected to wipe out 2% of those infected. …

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