From my home to yours, I hope you have a good long weekend...like really long ☺🥴🐰🐣 I really want life to get back to some kind of normal as I'm sure you do too and so I thought I'd ask, what do you think is the best and most efficient plan to get each country back to normality again? (Big question ik!) Should we be striving to return to normality, or is this isolation time a good time to create a new order? What's your view on life in iso? Has it been crazy hard, or is it working for you?
Many governments, health ministers and experts talk about heard immunity plans in the aim to bring normality back quicker but the reality unfortunately, is that the healthcare system in Australia (let alone less privileged countries) couldn't cope with the amount of people who'd require hospitalisation at the one time. Our current stage 4 Lock down means that life is different...we can't do what we'd usually do. I can respect that...I can respect that we can't hang out or do the things we used to do. I can respect that we are living with privileged restrictions in order to save masses of vulnerable people from suffering. Our privileged restrictions are privileged because at least we have shelter unlike many who are homeless around the world..and that our shelter comes with electricity, fresh water and food, unlike many people in less fortunate situations around the world. 🙌🏽 Please keep up the good work of physical isolation so we can 'flatten the curve' sooner rather than later.
#flattenthecurve #slowthespread #lifeinisolation #iso #mythoughts #isolationcreation #happyweekend - 55 minutes ago