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What I've learned in the pandemic

 

Last updated 12/9/2020 at 6:29pm



The friendliest city? I think not.

What I learned is that people don’t care if others live or die. When I drive down the street half of the people are not wearing masks.

I guess the elderly are expendable. One woman told me why don’t I just stay home all the time? So friendly!

We are supporting our daughter and her three kids; she lost her job due to COVID-19. We are also paying to send one grandchild through college. Another grandchild has lived with us for a year and a half.

But it seems our lives have no meaning? Our lives don’t matter?

If you are one of the maskless, then I suggest you do some real-time research of your own and call any hospital and ask them. Ask the exhausted doctors and nurses trying to save lives.

Five people in our family have had it and one, who is 41, is still suffering five months later.

Mask effectiveness has been proven in countless laboratories. When did opinions replace scientific facts in America?

Is your right more important than lives?

We are approaching 1,000 positive cases in Fallbrook. What is it going to take? Two thousand? Three?

I suggest all you maskless ‘friendly’ people don’t grow old. Then nobody will care about you either. Or you could put on a mask and save lives.

Sheryl Johson

 

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