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As the pandemic continuously spread and mutate, it's better safe than sorry. A lot of things happened and changed so it's important to follow the protocol and to never stop keeping yourself safe so the people around you will be safe as well.
Alcohol or hand sanitizer has been the new fashion key chain. People became more conscious of their surroundings. As much as possible I don't like touching anything outside and if ever I do so, I use my alcohol as frequent as possible. I don't want to be the cause for my family to be in danger. It's important to be hygienic at all times especially nowadays.
Face mask is a must. I don't recommend cloth face mask since it doesn't really protect you from the dangers of the pandemic. You must not put it down your face. If ever you're eating outside make sure that the colored part of the mask is what touches the surface. Make sure to change your face mask as well. Be kind enough to think of following the simple rules and guidelines for your safety.
Face shield is an additional protection. It's important to wear a face mask together with a face shield. I admit it's uncomfortable especially for those who wear eyeglasses since it moits but wearing it wouldn't hurt at all. Change your face shield when it's not reusable anymore and always keep it down your face to cover it.
Social distancing must be strictly practiced. There's no way this pandemic will stop if we don't distance ourselves from others. I know how much we all long to have skinship to others but we must bear with it for the time being. We might be distanced but never disconnected.
Don't go out if you have unnecessary travel. Stay at home or stay at the hospital. Most hospitals are in full capacity and the healthcare workers are also exhausted. Many people sure their stories online as to how they journey towards finding the right hospital to take the patient in but due to full capacity the hospitals can no longer accommodate new COVID-19 patients.
We're blessed to have a free swab testing. Me and my whole family were tested and I praise God for the fact that all of us are negative of the virus. It is the only negativity that I need in life.
When I was tested it was uncomfortable and I felt like puking. It took just a minute or two for the swab test to finish and I felt okay afterwards except for unpleasant feeling as though the swab is still inside my nose.
Now we have the season two of lockdown but our neighborhood acts as though there's no lockdown. The kids and the adults are outside. Gossiping with each other and most of them are inconsiderate of others. They'd do what they want when they want to.
I know that we are in a squatter's area but the attitude must be refined even just a little. I often hear our neighbors outside our house laughing loudly and even sneezing. They also like to quarrel a lot with their families. Their toddler cries a lot most of the times and since they are used to it they just keep on talking as if they don't hear tantrums of their kid.
They also like shouting, screaming and saying bad words against each other. They like making scandalous remarks with their own families. They are unhealthy type of neighbors. They are very inconsiderate of others and when they are talked about it they don't even care saying that we must move to subdivision if we don't like a noisy neighborhood.
In conclusion, I just want to remind you that whether you beliyitnor not, COVID-19 is real. The more you allow yourself to not follow the precautionary measures and act as if everything's okay, you'll regret it in the end if you end up being infected by the virus. I know how uncomfortable it is to stay at home for 24/7 but it's much better than staying at the hospital waiting to be admitted.
If you are protected, you can protect others as well. Stay safe and keep healthy.