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We are all in this together as a family some of us need to calm down, in order to avoid too much pressure, stress and additional sickness coming.

As a people we must thank all the good and kind people who donate the testing for Coronavirus in and out of the hospital.

Aunt Grace don’t believe, Grace know, people who come up with the symptoms some may not want to admit they have the symptoms, because of fear.

So testing all Belizeans is the way to go, as the doctors say and all our health workers, they are medically qualified to do the right thing for the nation.

I retired from the medical field myself so I know, what is going on we are all in this together, as one family.

We will break through if we work together, we are not into bad mouthing each other.

We are in to working together, this Coronavirus has nothing to do with party politics.

The two has absolutely no business with each other, because it is a destructive situation. Where some people can financially perish because of their political status.

We want everyone to be treated fairly. Revenge do not belong in a critical situation like this.

When we do all the tests on our Belizean people, we will definitely know where we are with the Coronavirus.

Vision by Aunt Grace Coleman
PS: Don’t forget to test all the shut in people and all the senior citizens that are unable to come to the hospital and clinic and the private doctors, because they are unable to walk anymore.

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