mockchoc wrote: »
I can say it was totally 100% not meant that way at all but whatever.. people can take things as they like. I was only stating the facts and nothing more. The part about not wearing a mask was because they were rude by disagreeing instead of saying what was incorrect in their eyes and probably don't wear a mask when they should so not sorry about that part.
Lynnberge1 wrote: »
I disagree. This country handled it poorly from day 1. Could have and still could do so much better.
yweight2020 wrote: »
Took it serious from the beginning followed all the rules and extra ones, I didn't work because I stayed home to be a full time caregiver to my mom who has been sick for 4 years now, parkinson and dementia.
At first I thought we both caught a cold until her doctor said we should test her for covid, it came back positive for covid pneumonia for both of us and as of yesterday she is in the hospital and I'm at home.
No one at the hospital to support her from the family, she is confused and without us. The medical team seem nice and like their doing everything they can for her.
But this is so scary things will never be the same going forward, how can you fight off a disease like this and not get it again if you survive need to work, go to the grocery store and pharmacy just the basics.
The nurse said to me after I quarantine I need to order everything because more than likely I got it in one of these places just walking by someone.
More worried about my mom then myself.
I used gloves, sanitizer, mask stayed home 90 percent of the time. What else could we do.
LisaGetsMoving wrote: »
I've noticed that sometimes people hit the disagree button just because they don't like what was said. Don't worry about it. You'll never know who it was or what their motivation is or what specifically they disagreed with, or if you do you might not want to know who it was or what their motivation was. Especially if someone runs everything through a political partisan lens. Just let it go.
carbos101 wrote: »
Australia seems to have a grip on Covid, however, they've a population of what - 30-35K people (about the population of California - one state!) and the US has 330,000! Huge difference. Most people I know (over 55) have 'sheltered in place' other than necessary errands, faithfully following the mask/social distancing. When life resumes to the next level here the outbreaks skyrocket. Herd immunity (like all previous viruses) via resuming to normal life (which will happen now w/election over) will be the answer along with the vaccine to protect the elderly and those with underlying medical conditions.
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