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If the situation worsens, the government could cancel the performing arts again.
More than half of adults in the United States have seen their mental health worsen due to worry and stress during the pandemic, and 75% of employees are reporting burnout at work, with 40% reporting burnout specifically during the pandemic.
Over fifty percent still felt fatigued, and about 44 percent described a worsened quality of life.
Effective communication is one critical piece to helping people adapt to a world of worsening hurricanes.
Wooten indicated the surge in cases at San Diego State University, which has accounted for more than 600 cases in the past three weeks, is a big reason why San Diego’s cases have worsened.
As such, it has worsened some viral infections, such as SARS and the flu.
But success has turned his head, worsened him, since,—as it has done with many a good man before.
Folk thocht afterwards that ilka time Tod cam near the house the fever had worsened.
As such, his capacity for evil was greatly increased and his chances of ultimate salvation correspondingly worsened.
And if not, in what way would the race have been worsened had we all been as fortunately circumstanced?
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