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January 18, 2022

True COVID-19 heroes

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Ron Priestley, Main Arm

The true heroes of the current calamity are all the checkout people who stand a metre away from hundreds each day, who face and breathe on them, as well as often handling their credit cards and rewards cards.

Thank you to all of you; we would be lost without you.


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