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COVID-19: Latest Security News & Commentary
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jaxonburkitt
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5/4/2020 | 11:17:27 AM
Re: Effective Grouping
thanks
LucasNugan
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5/3/2020 | 11:17:03 PM
Re: Effective Grouping
Aggred 
LucasNugan
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LucasNugan,
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5/3/2020 | 11:16:15 PM
Re: Effective Grouping
Agreed
RyanSepe
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RyanSepe,
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4/30/2020 | 11:19:48 AM
Re: Effective Grouping
Agreed, however science and medicine isn't our only remedy. We need to make the hard choices and adhere to safety protocols as much as physically possible. I am still baffled at how many people are obstinant to these. By not adhering to them, it will just lengthen the amount of time that everyone is stuck in doors. 
hazelgarcia
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4/27/2020 | 11:54:05 AM
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Nice
sbhilyrics
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sbhilyrics,
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4/24/2020 | 9:20:03 AM
very nice article
thanks for sharing such great information with sbhilyrics.
Seotime
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4/15/2020 | 10:56:11 AM
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Hola que pasa???
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4/7/2020 | 4:29:42 PM
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It's good to pray, but now we just have to believe in science
reformasbilbao
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4/6/2020 | 8:25:01 PM
The virus
Here, in Bilbao We are reaching the peak, but until June we will probably not go outside
victoriano255
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4/5/2020 | 4:12:14 AM
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The coronavirus has taken on a great deal. I pray to God that this disease can be cured soon.
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