There are plenty of folks afraid of it. There are also plenty actively avoiding wearing masks and taunting those who do. Its a function of the lack of a coordinated national response - lots of confusion.I just had the same experience. I didn't realize that there are people who are literally afraid of this, not merely annoyed.
But now I know two men who became ill, one of them seriously ill, purely from their fear of coronavirus. Friend #1 was essentially bedridden for six weeks. Friend #2 has taken only one sick day in 50 years of working -- this episode was the second time.
Both friends recovered quickly when they received their negative test results.
That's OK Jonesee. I know you dont like to have your arse kicked every day. Just another week and after Trump wins again, your handlers are not gonna ask you to come here and troll us anymore. Not until 2024.I make a statement and I cite my sources. Anything source I cite can and should be fact checked.
If you can't deal with that, it is on you.
There is no confusion, nor is their a lack of a coordinated national response. What do you think Pence has been doing? Just do what your state governor tells you to do. How is that confusing.There are plenty of folks afraid of it. There are also plenty actively avoiding wearing masks and taunting those who do. Its a function of the lack of a coordinated national response - lots of confusion.
I voted last week Thursday and it took me 15min max. I voted today and the line was much longer. We'll see how long the line is Friday. Now when I vote on 11/3, I just bring a lawn chair.My wife and I voted in person today, and it took close to an hour of waiting in line. The line was even longer when we left.