My COVID19 Story

It was the night of the New Hampshire primary, and I felt like death. I’d already gone to the doctor twice. As a political junkie, I loved nights like these. But tonight I felt terrible beyond words. My Mom, who had attended the Iowa Caucuses with me a week earlier felt the same way. We had caught a mysterious illness from the 73 year old matriarch of our household.

In the ensuing months, I’ve come to see that I was an early case of Coronavirus. Here’s why:

A) My family (Myself, my Mom, my Grandma) had all 13 listed symptoms…

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Libertarian Socialist who writes about politics, economics, philosophy religion & history. Former Newspaper Columnist.

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Zach Toillion

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Libertarian Socialist who writes about politics, economics, philosophy religion & history. Former Newspaper Columnist.

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