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Stay Home During COVID-19

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For those of you who are going out for more than just necessities I must say, in the words of our wonderful Governor Northam of Virginia, you are being selfish. Stay. Home!

Don't you want all of this to end? The more you go out, the more likely the virus will spread, and the more likely we will have to remain in lockdown longer. Wear a mask, wash your hands, and maintain social distancing. Do NOT go to the beach, or anywhere!!

No offense to anyone, but the these lockdown protests are stupid! If you want to stay safe, then stay home! And not only are they stupid, they are selfish. You are not thinking of the people around you. Going out and protesting only helps to spread the virus even more. I know you may not care about being on lockdown longer, but the people you are affecting do. Do you think they wanted this to happen? I know you didn't, but do they think they did? By protesting, you are not helping anyone or anything; you are only making it worse!

We all know there are several people working through this pandemic. Essential workers. I am talking about healthcare workers, truck drivers, postal workers, grocery workers, and many more. A bunch of us are probably wanting to do something to thank them, or honor them, or even help them. But I know one thing they all want us to do: stay home. There was something on tv recently showing healthcare workers saying just that: "Stay home for us. That's all we ask."

I'm sure most of us have seen at least a concert live on tv, or maybe even the Jimmy Fallon Show since this pandemic started. If you watch you see that all the musicians, all the stars- Jimmy Fallon included- are in their homes. None of them (or at least most of all) are all dressed up or anything like that, they're all dressed causally in t-shirts and sweats or something- and hanging out with their families. If you watch Jimmy Fallon you see him like this while his two daughters help him run the show. You also see this with the different stars he interviews using Zoom.

All those people are setting an example we should all follow. If they can do it, so can you. They're all also saying the same thing: "Hang in there. We will get through this together."

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