“Life isn’t fair.”
. . . is a statement by parents from the day we are born, and its meaning is undeniable.
During the past nine months, the pandemic has cut through society with a painfully prejudicial sword, one that has left some businesses unscathed, but others deeply scarred. The worst of it has been felt by the so-called non-essential workers, whose jobs have been lost and lives uprooted by public health orders that closed businesses and forced unemployment lines to swell.
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