Those in that younger age demographic are continuing to meet together in close contact and proximity — that’s just plain foolhardy!
Yesterday I shared a commentary from Ian C MacLeod on this blog (Whichever scenario plays out it will continue to be hugely disruptive and expensive, and will probably be with us for quite a while) ... one response to it concerned me.
Don't get me wrong -- I'm not saying everyone needs to stay in their castle, and pull up the drawbridge, however people need to be aware it's not just affecting the demographics this individual mentioned. We’ve seen over and over again on TV newscasts, those in that younger age demographic are continuing to meet together in close contact and proximity.
Maybe falling down the stairs and breaking my neck IS a very low probability -- but do I deliberately want to leave something in my way, and risk it?
As I said, we don't have to panic, but there is definitely no need that be taking unnecessary risks.
I haven’t stated it publicly yet – although many have – so right now I want to take the opportunity to thank Dr. Bonnie Henry for her dedication to her job, and to the efforts she is making in seeing we get through this as unscathed as possible.
Think safe – be safe - stay safe – it only makes sense!
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