As many states are starting to open up their businesses, social distancing looks to remain in effect throughout the summer months. Can we, as a nation or as humanity, really withstand any more social distancing? Many people are sick of hearing about COVID-19 and much of the fake news that comes from it. People were never meant to live in fear like what we are witnessing today. It is time to move forward and move through it.
It is scary to see how much Americans were willing to hand over their freedoms with an epidemic of 98 percent survival rating. The flu season takes the same toll, if not worse, on people, but no one seemed to put much thought into it.
The hardest of the pandemic was the economy spiraling down from what President Trump built after an eight-year failed Obama administration. President Trump knows what he is doing, and it is safe to say the hand of God is directing him and holding him up through all he has to endure.
The entire world is also coming to terms and realizing the world is not the same place it was before the COVID-19 outbreak. Humanity was not created to live apart from family, friends, and co-workers. Even though social distancing saved many lives and spared many from illness, it ripped through our lives and turned our world upside down.
People are tired of the stay at home mandates and want to get back to life. During Sunday’s press conference, Deborah Birx, the White House’s coronavirus task force coordinator, stated, we are most likely going to have the social distancing mandate throughout the summer months.
The governors all across America are working optimistically and putting together plans and guidelines for each state to reopen. This is the first time in weeks we see efforts in taking baby steps in moving forward. Last week, Vice President Mike Pence told the world and reporters in the press conference, “We will largely have this coronavirus epidemic behind us by Memorial Day weekend.”
Birx told NBC News, “Meet the Press,” “Social distancing will be with us through the summer to really ensure that we protect one another as we move through these phases.” She added there will be a growing need for further testing in which Trump announced will not be as uncomfortable and will give results within five minutes.
Let’s face it, we miss our families, our friends, going to bars, and we all need haircuts. The thought of not being able to hug one another or shake hands is not how this life was meant to be. Slow dances in bars and night clubs, spas, mingling, and social gatherings are severely missed.
The media and the Left are mostly to blame. Hydroxychloroquine, along with Zinc or Vitamin C has cured so many people, and the FDA hasn’t released its test results, but the people know. Too many people were cured, and the media would instead promote false statements.
Once the cure would be announced, the fear would automatically go away. But the Left and the media refuse to tell the truth. Hydroxychloroquine alone was used in a “Liberal” test. Their findings showed the medication did not work. It has to be added to Zinc. Therefore, they promoted false media to keep the world in their control.
People are getting furious, and they are tired of the confusion. Questions arise, such as what was written in the Washington Post, “In places where restaurant dining rooms are reopening, is it safe to go? Is it a good idea to return to the hair salon for a much-needed trim? And for business owners facing a litany of new guidelines about how to reopen without endangering their workers or customers, are the risks worth it?”
Emily Landon, a chief infectious disease epidemiologist at the University of Chicago Medicine, said in an interview, “It’s hard for me to know what I’d do. I wouldn’t go. And I wouldn’t recommend that my family went. I would recommend that people stay home.”
Landon added, “This is a brand-new virus, and we have to do these things in a measured way. Without requirements for things like [personal protective equipment], social distancing, and really thoughtful policies for how to do these openings, it’s not the time to do them.”
It is essential to use common sense. If people continue to live in fear, we will never get over this pandemic.