Hey Guess what? COVID Isn't Over and You're Putting Other People At Risk While Hospitalizations Increase, Ryan Field Books

 Hey, Guess What? COVID Isn’t Over and You’re Putting Other People At Risk While Hospitalizations Increase

I’m vaxxed, twice boosted, and I have monoclonal antibodies, and, I’m still wearing a mask indoors. I just believe it’s the responsible thing to do for anyone with a compromised immune system. There are people out there struggling to live with chemotherapy and immunotherapy, and I don’t want to be responsible to give them anything. I hear a lot of idiots tell me masks don’t work. Well if masks didn’t work why would they be using them in hospitals around the globe. Would you want to go into surgery with an unmasked doctor?

With that said, I see people going on vacation again in large crowded cruise ships. I see people going to those “cons” all over again and they are hugging total strangers putting themselves at risk and putting everyone they come in contact with at risk. 

Because the truth is COVID is not over. I don’t care what you think or believe. The science is out there and I’d’ rather trust the science than some fake name on Twitter who thinks they know it all. This article sums the situation up right now very neatly. And it’s current. 

The BA.5 variant is now the most dominant strain of COVID-19 in the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And while it’s hard to get an exact count — given how many people are taking rapid tests at home — there are indications that both reinfections and hospitalizations are increasing.

Here’s more.  Don’t be that egomaniacal dumb-dumb who ignores science and remains in denial. COVID is still real and I’d rather be safe than sorry. Have a little empathy for other people.


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Once Upon a Castle by Ryan Field

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“A wonderful story that I loved. The characters were well developed and strong. Gus: A sweet young man. Doing something for all the wrong reasons. Craig: his boyfriend, he’ll go along with anything Gus say. Henry: Gus father a no-nonsense man, who’s husband died last year. I enjoyed this story.”

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