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Covid-19, Immunity and Religion

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In the early 1990s, I began work as a HIV-AIDS counsellor in London, UK. At that time the virus was touted as a potential plague that would impact upon millions around the world. Additionally, nobody knew for sure whether it was contagious or not, so every time we went to visit an infected person we had to wear PPE from head to foot. Even though the virus was associated predominantly with members of the Gay community, it was a scary time for everybody.

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