, the world has just crossed one hundred million confirmed cases of the Coronavirus (the exact number, currently, is apparently 110,958,255).
This year, many people have learned the hard way that large crowds, such as Black Friday shopping crowds, are incredibly dangerous.
neither was a random drive a matter of life and death. Reopening schools is.
Today I read a disturbing number. One American in one-hundred forty are infected with the Coronavirus.
regardless of the roots, I don’t understand why people fall for it. The individuals are still the ones who have chosen to show up, and for what? The opportunity to drink in a bar instead of at home?
We’ve been so cautious for so long that when the quarantine ends, I expect a mad rush to get out, visit and celebrate our freedom. Unfortunately, without a vaccine or cure, the virus will still be around, and we run the risk of a second wave.
he seems to have lost sight of the weight his words have on his supporters, in this nation and literally around the world. This shortness of vision makes him too cavalier with this words and ideas when honest, humble truth would help so much more.
for what it’s worth, I’m proud of my friend, and I’m proud of each and every one of you making sacrifices this year. You are not making these sacrifices for yourself, but rather, to protect others. Jesus didn’t sacrifice for himself; he sacrificed for the sins of others.
Unfortunately, in following the “fine” example of our president, while she knew the virus was approaching her state, she also failed to prepare. It’s one thing to say that a state of emergency isn’t warranted yet, and it’s another not to take advantage of the slow approach to put things in place to protect the state before it hits.
Eventually, everybody will have to go out to a grocery store; provisions will run out, emergencies might arise, and when they do I truly hope they realize that for the very brief time that they have to be out, and for the very few encounters with others they will have by necessity are but a fraction of what these brave souls do for us every day