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President Donald Trump after his release from the hospital for treatment of coronavirus told Americans to not “be afraid of it.” But for those who are suffering the effects of the illness after getting sick, it’s tough not to be dominated by it. (Oct. 9)

AP Domestic

Mark Schultz has been hit on both sides of this pandemic. 

For six months it was his Oshkosh bar and restaurant, both of which are closed for now after being hammered under state coronavirus restrictions.

Now it is Schultz himself, infected with COVID-19, lying in a hospital intensive care unit, laboring to breathe, unsure of when — or whether — he’ll go home.

“I don’t worry much about me, but I got a 10-year-old son and my fiancée — that’s all I care about,” he said through tears. “My family is all at home. They are all worried about me. I don’t