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A.T., 69, a company director in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

“…It’s only a “Gripezinha,” declared our totally irresponsible President to his 212,000,000,00 citizens. Luckily some had other ideas. […] The future? Is there one? Should we move to a small village away from everywhere? Will the government / military / whoever is in charge have enough clout to protect the inhabitants from strife and Plague bearers entering. I must think how to move this forward. I believe in staying put for the moment but the not so distant future must be considered…”

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M.A.A., 53, a homemaker in Menifee, CA

“Aunque sea Mejicana, la vida de aquí en los Estados Unidos es de salir y de consumir demasiada afuera. Creo que es la razón porque el quarantena nos ha afectado particularmente contra otra naciones, con las protestas que ya veas en la sociedad Americana. Pienso que el mundo ya está respirando un poco más, pero todavía nos hace falta mucho por hacer por este mundo. Con tiempo de reflejar, ya veo que necesitamos cambiar las sistemas de gobierno…”

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