Facing a Strange Holiday, People In N.H. Still Look For Ways To See Those They Love

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Shortly after Emily Michalik got together with family last Easter, she started feeling off - she was fatigued, developed shortness of breath and had eye pain. When she tested positive for COVID-19, she feared she may have spread it to her parents and her sister. “That means on Sunday I had already been exposed and was already potentially able to contribute the germs... so unbelievably deeply thankful that we chose not to take any extra risks because my family was totally fine,” Michalik said. Michalik says her family took precautions. They got together in her garage with good ventilation, and they all stayed six feet apart from one another. These days, she still has some lingering symptoms: fatigue, and a weak sense of smell. But she does plan to...

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Facing a Strange Holiday, People In N.H. Still Look For Ways To See Those They Love

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