Masks, hand washing, social distancing, Three easy things to do that saves lives, but they have to be done correctly.
- Distancing = six feet separation.
- Hand washing with soap and water for twenty seconds.
- Masks cover the nose and mouth.
I am sick of encountering people with their mask placed UNDER the nose! What part of breathing do they not understand?
Experts on the Coronavirus have warned that we need to remain six feet apart when we interact to prevent viral spread. This has been dubbed “Social Distancing” but I believe a better term would be “physical distancing.” We need to be socially close perhaps more than ever before.
Our social contacts may be by phone, texting or email. Maintaining the six feet of separation we can even be present together if neither has symptoms. I am so grateful to those who have reached out to me. Some just ask how I’m doing. Others are able to offer specific help like grocery shopping. Besides my immediate family, these are friends, neighbors, and relatives. One friend provides food, another dropped off pink azaleas! While I am in one of those high-risk groups health-wise I am also over the age of sixty (>70), but so are some of those checking in with me. It is not that I am in need or dependent. It is that people care.
Let’s all try to do better in remaining socially close during these unprecedented times.
Kindness, Helpfulness and Support – ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE
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Annoyed at what you ask?
Some officials and other “experts” who hold press conferences about COVID-19! While they announce emergencies and give out advice regarding social distancing and other precautions they stand shoulder to shoulder and shake hands like they are at a political gathering. This is a pandemic and it should not be too much to expect those providing vital information to model safe behaviors.