Every. single. year. most of us end up getting a cold once unless you’re lucky or live in a hazmat suit. Earth has over 7.6 billion people, and I don’t think a single human enjoys having a cold.
In the future, could we live on Earth without having to worry about catching a cold? In theory, yes, we could, but there is a catch.
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