EmanZIHpados en Un Paraíso

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Monday, July 27, 2020, 19:25 (283 days ago) @ mosesk

Are there any conclusions to be drawn from the number of cases, the severity, the deaths.
Generally we hear that's older folks that die.
Is that obvious when you examine the incidence?
Is it hitting any sub-population harder than others?

While I appreciate curiosity, if any of those questions mattered much to me I'd be living in the wrong place. It's enough that it's here, it's making the rounds in the colonias, and people we know are dying.

Obvious locations and activities where people congregate, all it takes is one Covidiot to ruin your day. Unhealthy people are who are dying. You can look healthy and still have other conditions. I don't care to play Russian-roulette with anyone's health. We practice safe hygiene and we only will be around others who do the same. Shopping remains the biggest unavoidable risk.

Not sure which is worse: the virus or virus-mania. We just need to follow the sage advice of the experts, and here in Mexico that should be the Subsecretaría de Salud Dr. Hugo López-Gatell.

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