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DoD COVID-19 survivor gives shoutout to doctors, plasma donors

Pentagon Force Protection Agency police officers line the street of Clinton, Maryland, May 15, 2020, to welcome home one of their own, Patrick Bright, who nearly died from COVID-19. (Photo by Pentagon Force Protection Agency)

PHOTO BY: Pentagon Force Protection Agency
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42/10

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200

IMAGE IS PUBLIC DOMAIN

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