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Hey Sonate - Been a while.
How are you?
I appreciate your asking. Getting better, almost back to normal with a high powered summer ahead.
NY, but yesterday just got the sad news my fathers's 1st cousin lost after a two week battle with covid. 60 yr old female with no high risk health conditions. Evidently one of her sons was asymptomatic and infected her. Most of her family was apathetic about getting the vaccines and delayed until it was too late.
What a curse this has been.
I'm so sorry.
I can't imagine the guilt her family is going through!
Especially her son.
That was exactly how I felt. And the replay of the what if's in their minds will be so painful.
The first thing I did was call two of my friends and a nephew who have made excuses urging them to call their doctors and discuss it. It was the only way I could try to get something good out of this.
Did they listen?
No, they told me that there was so much conflicting information they hear, they don't know who to believe.
It's really sad when anyone lacks the critical ability to discern. This is a sign of the times.