Episode 27 – As We Return To Life, How Do We Watch Out For Others?
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We are at an interesting juncture in the pandemic crisis. As cities and states slowly start to relax rules of quarantine, and we begin to venture out of our self-imposed exile, we must be more vigilant than ever in order to keep the curve flattened and those around us safe. Join Mitch Albom and Lisa Goich on today’s Tuesday People podcast, as they discuss how to responsibly inch your way back into life, with the danger of infection still lurking around every corner. We can’t forget that what we do not only affects our neighbors, our county, or our state, but in many cases, affects our world as a whole.
My husbands brother in law passed away a few days ago from the virus. He had to go to emergency for a removal of a spleen and was just days of coming home when he got the virus while in the hospital and died rather quickly. It was too bad to hear . He was 78 years old. His wife who was my sister in law, my husbands sister died about a year or so before my husband died which has been 6 years now and so now he has died and I feel bad for the adult kids. They expected to have their Dad for a lot more years. It is too bad but the virus and what some complain about not being able to do. I wear a mask everyday at work it is mandatory but I would wear one anyway.. I still see some that won’t wear a mask when they come in but a lot of people do. I disinfect all the time and try to be as careful as I can and I take my temp every day. So far so good. In the front of the store on the Marque it reads “Heroes Work Here”. Which is a nice phrase to have there and there is a lot of risk working. It will still be quite a while before things get normal and people just need to be considerate of others and social distance and wear a mask.