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Promising Evidence of the Role of Emotional CPR: Co-Immunity Through Community CPR

Published:April 01, 2021DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jagp.2021.03.008
      As this silent, invisible virus ravages our earth, many of us—young and old—feel alone, powerless, and numb. We are urged to keep a physical distance, wear a mask and wash our hands while we wait for enough people to be vaccinated to achieve herd immunity.
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