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Dear Henry Nguyen, my #3 best friend

I hope this message finds you well. I wanted to write this letter to you to talk to you about today’s world’ environment. The year is 2030 right now, and ten years ago, remember the coronavirus lockdown we had in 2020? A lot of people passed on from that. Since that happened, people took pre-caution by washing hands for every 20 seconds, using hand sanitizer, wear gloves if you go out somewhere. People do this to protect themselves.

I believe that in today’s environment, we must always wash our hands regardless because random germs can still spread and make you sick. Most people already do this, but whenever you grow vegetables and fruits in your back yard, you must always wash them to make sure they are clean. By doing this, everyone in the world will keep themselves clean in the environment. If any new virus came just like the coronavirus ten years ago, then we must take pre-caution like always for safety. Since it is 2030, I am sure technology would also be much more advance and would help people in the medical field.

In today’s environment in 2030, we want to make sure that we always keep ourselves clean. As an awareness spread of what most people do is, do commercial ads of hand sanitizers to remind people to kill the germs from your hands still whenever you touch something random, and you would not know where it has been. I hope that more companies workers and schools around the world consider putting hand sanitizer stations in their areas to keep themselves clean from any germ spread. There have been hand sanitizer stations in hospitals too, so why not let it be in other places also, to prevent virus spread? I hope you are well safe, healthy.

Anonymous ( Your best friend who you met in 10th grade and who you always count on to be there for you when you are down).

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