COVID 19 – What should I do?


It has been more than a year since the Covid-19 pandemic hit the world. What should you do now? First of all, I am not a doctor, I do not have any background in medical field also. My background is in the security and locksmith business. I have a lot of common sense and can separate hype from reality.

Unfortunately, it was an election year when this virus struck. Which made it political. Both parties should be ashamed of themselves. I honestly believe that less people would have been killed if politics were not involved. Decisions were made on the basis of politics and not what was best for the American people. which continues today.

News outlets have also become political. I remember a time when you used to watch news you felt that you were getting the truth without any bias. Today that too is very different, and that difference has cost the American people. The news media is too quick to report anything without doing their own research. Due to this they give wrong information to the people, they have to lose their lives again.

Fortunately, people have caught on and now get their news from many sources they trust. So, newspapers are shutting down, and people are going to “cut the strings” on what they want to see by streaming.

So, what should you do now? Well, it seems that infections, hospitalizations and deaths are on the decline. The general consensus of medical experts is that a fall should bring us back to normal, no matter what. You should do what feels right to you. Use your common sense. Get your news from as many different sources as possible.

In my opinion everyone should get vaccinated. I realized that some people have put up some resistance. I think this resistance is related to age. People over 60 were quick to get vaccinated, after all they belonged to the age group that was dying. Young generation not so much.

Think of it this way that more than 95% of every American has been vaccinated against polio, measles, mumps, and other childhood diseases. How many children and infants would have died if their parents had refused to vaccinate them.

As to whether getting vaccinated adults is your choice, do your research, making sure you research several reputable sources. Look for sources that don’t agree with your position, so you can get a clearer picture of the other side. Then make the decision which is best for you.



Source by George Uliano

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