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Every headline does not deal with the current pandemic, as evidenced by Sunday’s (April 26) paper “Refugees endure arduous journey to safety in Spokane.”

I have met those men and heard their stories firsthand. The inconvenience caused by social distancing is minuscule compared with the trauma of fleeing from one’s home.

I appreciate the reports by SR media over the hype of CNN or FOX news. Anyone who thinks the “Stay Home, Save Lives” guideline is too much can move to Venezuela or Cameroon.

Kathleen Schlicht

Spokane


 

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