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Tewyx The Virus that has changed our lives

Alex Adams

Publisher: Bewyx

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The book Tewyx, the virus that changed our lives, describes it a powerful story that is described on the basis of a real event and takes place during the years 2016 - 2023. 
Based on the motifs of this book, a film of the same name is being made. 
 
The first part of the book deals with the period before coronavirus, ie. period.  
When it was going well and a lot of people and companies spent an incredible amount of time. 
 
The second part of the book deals with Coronavirus and the impact on private and industrial relations. 
 
In the third part of the book, we learn about the fates of people affected by the pandemic.

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