“We can’t stop living” is not a valid argument

California now joins the rest of the nation in the scary upswing in covid cases. This is absolutely no joke, people! Shelter in place and only go out when it is absolutely required. When you do go out, it should only be for essential items (doctor visits, welfare checks, groceries – although those can be delivered); and when you do go out, wear a mask (!!!), wash your hands, don’t touch your face.

I know the holidays are coming, but the easiest and fastest way to transmit this is by in-house gatherings with multiple people. If you’re going to have a get together, then you need to make sure all attendees quarantine for 10 to 14 days.

Period. Full stop.

To say “well, we can’t stop living” has got to be one of the lamest things I’ve ever heard. 140,000 Americans are getting this per day and deaths are on the upswing. If you get this, especially if you’re in a high risk group, you might very well “stop living.”

Hugs and kisses,

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