In my opinion I think it’s okay for kids. The app says that the game is for people of all ages. But on Youtube some Gacha Life videos are for people that are 18 or above. So Gacha Life is a good app, but some videos on Youtube are for people that should be older than 18.
Should kids play this game?
For me, I think it’s a yes. The game is like a dress up game, or a trending game, that you can make videos with and post it on Youtube.
What are the benefits of this game?
Well, the benefits of this game is to make people more creative. They can dress their own character and make some videos. Their are a lot of clothes, hair, and face designs to choose from.
Donald Trump or United States of America’s president, claims to be taking hydroxychloroquine to ‘cure’ the global pandemic(Covid-19) despite medical experts and the US Food and Drug Administration warn of potentially harmful side effects. “A couple of weeks ago, I started taking it,” Trump stated. One studies shown hydroxychloroquine doesn’t work against Covid-19.
What is hydroxychloroquine?
Hydroxychloroquine or also known as HCQ, is a medication used to prevent and treat malaria in areas where malaria remains sensitive to chloroquine. However, the US Food and Drug Administration has warned against taking the drug outside of a hospital or formal study, citing “serious and potentially life-threatening heart rhythm problems” in addition, common side effects are vomiting, headache, changes in vision, and muscle weakness. in severe cases, side effects includes allergic reactions, vision problems, and heart problems.
Should You Take It If You Have Covid-19?
The answer is no.
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