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COVID-19 Revealed What Many Americans Really Think About People With Chronic Illness

As the number of COVID-19 cases in the U.S. increased by the tens, hundreds, and then thousands last March, I and many others in the chronic disease community knew what to expect.

I have lived with lupus for more than a decade and an autoimmune blood disorder for the last four years, so I’m used to avoiding gatherings or visits with people who have obvious symptoms of infectious disease.

Because I take immune-suppressing drugs to control my condition, I’m already cautious about my outings during flu season and know how to slyly dodge a handshake from a person who has just sneezed or coughed.

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