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Photo credit   For the past 2 years, we have been hit by a pandemic that traumatized the world. The COVID-19 pandemic. Many jobs have been affected and a lot of companies closed, transportation stopped, and economies declined. But with the help of the vaccines, we have recovered, though not fully yet, we have continued to live our lives and push through the pandemic era. Just this month, the World Health Organization (WHO),...