Get vaccinated, wear your mask. Logical things to do to beat COVID-19. It’s not all that hard. Live Long and Prosper!
Yesterday was my second Pfizer vaccine injection. I am not feeling any ill effects other than a sore arm where the injection site was. Today I woke up as normal and went to work. I feel for those who had it rough after their second shots. Let’s hope people continue to get the vaccine so things can be somewhat routine again. I won’t say normal because the last normal didn’t work. Be safe and well everyone.
Over 504,000 people have died in the United States due to COVID-19
Globally over 2.4 Million have lost their lives to COVID-19
In my home state of Tennessee, USA 11,133 souls have perished to COVID-19.
This fight isn’t over, prevention is the best tool. Wearing masks is needed to keep people from getting the virus. Vaccination will save lives so get yours when you get the chance.
Grace and peace and love to all who have lost their lives and to those who survive.
I had a second COVID test on Monday, December 28th and the results came back negative for the virus. As much as I am relieved, there are others who are struggling with it and many have died because of it. The Coronavirus is nothing to take lightly. I am still wearing my mask and social distancing. Right now you can’t be too careful for yourself and those around you.
It looks like the Coronavirus is having a resurgence. My friends the basics still apply, masks and personal care can help keep the virus under control until a vaccine can be found, produced, and distributed. I care about you all and try to take care of you and yours. Stay well and be safe good people.
Vice President Joe Biden and wife Dr. Jill Biden have both tested negative for COVID-19. They have been disciplined about wearing their masks and practicing social distancing when possible. He along with Senator Harris his running mate have shown good leadership by their examples.
Donating blood is a safe process even during the age of Covid. Everyone is wearing masks and other safety measures are in place for donor and staff. It’s worth the extra effort to be sure the blood supply is safe and plentiful. Donate wherever you are.
Declared in 2016, the first week in September in the United States is National Blood Donation Week. September is also National Preparedness month, a month to promote family and community disaster planning now and throughout the year.
Blood donors can help in the fight of COVID-19. Convalescent plasma that comes from those who have the COVID antibodies can help save the lives of people infected with the virus.
If you can donate blood or encourage others to do the same. It’s an easy way to help make your community and the world a better place to live.