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Has the current surge in coronavirus cases changed how you approach daily living?



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No, the current surge has not changed my approach to the coronavirus. I understood from the beginning that this is a deadly serious matter. I feel sorry for those who followed Trump's example and furthered a bad situation.
We all need to consider our responsibilities as adult citizens.

Submitted by jsmella : Nov 13, 2020 9:57am

Being retired and in a high risk group for the virus, we have been practicing social distancing and wearing masks since the end of March. We have only attended a couple of small family gatherings. 7 people or less. We called off a 7 person Thanksgiving dinner at our place due to the recent surge in our area. We only leave our home for the bare necessities. Frankly neither of us trust what the so-called experts or government officials of any stripe have told us because it is all conflicting information.

Submitted by freckles1219 : Nov 13, 2020 11:57am

My vaccine to New York, I will send my vaccine shot to the most needed buddies in New York, hope more good healthy veterans will
do the same.
POTUS once again drops our veterans for favoritism.

Submitted by Marvin25 : Nov 14, 2020 11:43am

Nope. We all had both Omicron and Delta. We are all non vaccinated and we made it through just fine with a steroid step down med, An antibiotic and a prescription of Ivermectin(which we only took 3 days of). This was a man made virus with a pre planned population control vaccine. I Have watched my friends die with or without the vax. the vax does not work for the virus. It's all for population control. We have and still will go about business as usual.

Submitted by US_MARINE126 : Feb 6, 2022 11:07am