I’ve said a few words before about how much I don’t like gloves because they basically pick up the germs all day long and then spread them to your phone and your steering wheel in your door handle on your car in your door knob at your house and create a false sense of security for people.
Then I was thinking about how I get through my outbound trips and how I think about hand disinfection. I’m always in a mask when I’m out of the house.
It’s a thought process of “Coronavirus then Uncoronavirus”. Listen to this:
Post script: 6 foot social distancing is less than a Band-Aid for this problem. I’m going to guess that 100% of you have attempted to stay 6 feet away from other people whether you are in a mask or not, and then had somebody walk within a foot of you going through the door to a business or to and from from your car. Please mask up.
if the United States, on an individual level, started to figure that person “probably does have coronavirus“ instead of consoling yourself that the person “probably doesn’t have coronavirus“ this pandemic would have unfolded very differently. You certainly act different, when you’re figuring that the next person you meet just left the hospital visiting a feverish relative on a ventilator.“