Most states in the U.S. are loosening restrictions put in place three months ago in order to “flatten the curve” and to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Many countries around the world are doing the same thing. Yet new cases of the virus are continuing to climb.
So, my provocative question to you this week is this:
I haven’t been anywhere off our property — except the hospital in 3 months and as far as I can tell, it’s going to stay more or less the same. We weren’t very sociable before COVID, so the restrictions haven’t been terribly restrictive for us. I would like to see some friends alive and in person and I keep hoping that we may yet see them.
Regardless, life won’t change a lot. We’ll continue to be careful until there’s some kind of substantial protection available.
I would like to go somewhere other than a doctor’s office, but I don’t see our lives changing much.