70,000 in 3 months.
Here’s the great news, most of those 70,000 people are not even SICK today.
Hoping to figure out when & how to get our lives back.
Maybe the numbers are in OUR favor. We’re young. Pretty healthy. White.
But what were we doing those last 8 days before we got the positive test? Who did we run into? It was pretty crowded that night. Any of them have sick family?
I was 34. I did none of those things.
Risking your life for others is unimaginable. I would never pretend to be brave enough.
I am tough enough to put fabric on my face.
I’m persistent enough to ask others to do that.
I can surrender my personal liberty, gladly.
OK, I may know of one person. But he doesn’t really speak for me, or a lot of us.
What are we going to regret later knowing we could? Will it haunt us if we don’t when this time is over? /end