Normally, when the government says something people tend to not listen.
Heck, just look at what people were doing at some of the beaches in the United States that just aren’t exactly paying attention to the suggestions that people should be around other people as little as humanly possible.
Personally, I have been heading out once a day to one of three places. That way if something happens, I know where I might have gotten sick from.
Some people think that they are more powerful than a microscopic illness. Why do people always believe this?
There are folks all over the world now that are getting really sick and we all need to do our part.
A heartbreaking video has emerged of a woman in her 30s describing her symptoms while hospitalized with COVID-19.
The video was posted on Facebook by Nicole Keatley, whose sister Tara Jane Langston allegedly tested positive for the virus.
Keatley shared the video to raise awareness, saying that:
Just because the news is highlighting the elderly and people with [underlying] health issues as being high risk that doesn’t mean if/when you catch this your body will be able to handle/fight it easily.
Tara’s had BIG issues breathing and with the help of the hospital and NHS she’s back talking and can share her experience.
It has subsequently been widely shared, with many using it to point out that people must take the risk of infection seriously.
In the video, Tara, who struggles to speak, explains that she is in the intensive care unit and can’t breathe without assistance, she has a cannula in each hand and a catheter. She says she’s “ten times better” than she felt before.
Please none of you take any chances. I mean it. Because if it gets really bad, then you’re gonna end up here.