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COVID-19 survivor Kimberlee Chambers Striker is seen at her home in Fairview on Sept. 2. “I try to stay happy and keep a smile on my face. It’s hard to do, but I do.” (Amanda Shavers/The Cullman Times via AP)

FAIRVIEW — Just a little over a year ago, Kimberlee Chambers Striker started coughing. The cough got progressively worse and her lower back hurt. She was tired. She couldn’t breathe.

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