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Dear Galway, This is my experience during Covid-19

When 2020 started no one had an idea of what was gonna happen. We all thought it would be a normal year. But no, Covid-19 came in February. The Covid-19 was spreading all over the world. There was a lot of cases. So the government decided to close the school to keep the children safe and not spread any more Covid-19. We had online school for about 5 months. Everyone was tired of staying home and not being able to go out. Yes not only the schools closed but the shops too!. We also had to stay in our house at the summer. If we went to the grocery store we HAVE to wear masks. There are also a lot of people in the hospitals with Covid-19 and a lot of people died too. The worst thing is that we cant see our friends and family. Now we are in 2021 and we all hope this year is better for everyone. The vaccine also arrived a few days ago. And now they are starting to vaccine everyone. So now we all hope that all of this gets better soon.


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