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The Guilt of Being a Covid-19 Survivor

As one of the first coronavirus carriers in New York City, I’m haunted by the idea that I may have infected others

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AsAs one of the first people in the country to contract Covid-19, I felt like I was snatched up by an invisible claw, the unlucky winner of a twisted lottery. “There’s no way that this is the coronavirus,” my…




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