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It’s being called COVID fatigue and it’s exhausting

Swampscott resident Danielle Murr, 43, looks out of her car window to check out the COVID-19 testing line at First Church Congregational in Swampscott on Thursday afternoon. (Olivia Falcigno)
With coronavirus cases skyrocketing across the state and nation this fall, some health experts are placing the blame on “COVID fatigue.”  People are tired and aren’t taking mitigation measures as seriously as before, U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams told NPR last week. Locally, Lynn’s Public Health Director Michele Desmarais attributes much of the city’s surge…

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