6 Simple Reasons Why You Should Stop Having Large Parties And Gatherings During The COVID-19 Pandemic
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6 Simple Reasons Why You Should Stop Having Large Parties And Gatherings During The COVID-19 Pandemic

“You’re the reason why the pandemic is taking forever to end.”

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People throwing large parties and having large gatherings are honestly selfish during the COVID-19 crisis. The disregard to not keep others safe blows my mind. Reasons why you should not be throwing parties and have large gatherings are because:

1. You can kill people


You can kill people even if you think you are not: you can not feel symptoms but still have COVID-19 and pass it to others without know and get others sick.

2. You are keeping COVID around longer


Again, you can have COVID and pass it to others. And others can pass it to others. And so on.

3. You can get sick

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Stop having an “I can't get it" attitude. Anyone can get it and you can get very sick.

4. It’s selfish and stupid


Why are you having large gatherings during a national crisis that can affect your health?

5. You are showing no respect


You are going against CDC guidelines to decrease COVID-19... And you're doing the opposite.

6. People want to get back to normal


Everyone is sick of this sh*t. Follow regulations so we can combat COVID-19 for good.

Stop having parties and being dumb. No offense. We need to beat this. I'm sure you're tired of the pandemic, too, but it won't stop unless the parties stop.

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