Sunday, March 22, 2020

#covid19 #coronavirus #staysafe #stayhome #staystrong #slowthespread #heal #healourland


My son, an ER doctor in Reading Hospital, PA, is working in the Covid-19 unit. My son, and so many other doctors, and nurses, and those that are on the front lines: Give them your support by praying or/and sending them positive energy.

As you are aware, this covid-19 virus is impacting the whole world.


We Are All In This Together.


We are living in trying times. It's scary. I'm hoping for people to be smart. If you are sick, self-isolate yourself. Don't go into the hospital unless your personal doctor believes you should. Keep your distance. Remember, hygiene, hand washing, covering your nose and mouth with your inner elbow. 

I have for you, I believe, is one of the best and easiest to understand description of this virus. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xt_SqI1RQig&fbclid=IwAR1koevtj3sZXtSHNuEBqczW1dAi2VIL9uCntFYpqtr3W2cUGur6uSi2rG0&app=desktop

Remember, 99% of those infected will have a fever. If you don't have a fever, it's not coronavirus. We still have the flu flittering around too. 

I'm praying for all of you. 

Stay Safe

Stay Healthy

Stay Strong.









8 comments:

  1. Prayers for your son! I've told my kids (who came in from colleges and cities) to assume they're infected and stay away from the elderly. They've adapted to staying quarantined pretty well as long as the xboxes don't shut down.

    I've been in the house (or yard) for the last 10 days. Quick grocery and pizza runs have been my only outings. That's not really a hassle for me. As a writer, isolation is not really a chore.

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    1. Same here. I don't mind being inside, and when the weather cooperates, a nice walk about around the block. Take Care.

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  2. Definitely prayers for your son.
    I've practiced social distancing my whole life, so I'm really good at it.

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    1. Thank you Alex. Nothing is wrong with social distancing...LOL!!!

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  3. Kudos to your son! ER Docs have extremely stressful jobs at any time - but now it's even more so. Sending him all my best!!! (from a safe distance of course! :) )

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