Two years of COVID-19 have created a second silent pandemic—one of grief

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Grief is hard to quantify.

Yes, researchers can measure how long Texans have spent in the coronavirus pandemic (nearly two years); how many confirmed cases there have been in the state (more than 5.4 million); and how many Texans have died from the virus (more than 83,000), with more than 14,200 dead in the four major counties of North Texas.

They can measure days of lockdown, days of school missed and the average time each person will spend in quarantine because of exposure to the virus.

They can even measure how many hospital beds are open,

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