Eye-opening article on COVID stresses caution, puts fear in perspective

My family members have spent a great deal of time discussing the COVID pandemic. We’ve limited our contacts, donned masks when we are in public, and have largely altered our lives to avoid those outside our circle. One thing I told my husband in early March as we learned about the virus remains true. I’m not looking to the government to save me—I never have. (Article continues after photo.)

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American Medical Association shocks me with advice on holidays and COVID

It’s hard to surprise me these days as warning after warning comes from experts about COVID. My family has a long tradition when it comes to holidays. Like so many families, we spend time with each other. This year presents a dilemma. Do we come together or forego it out of concern for our elderly? When I read an article from the American Medical Association, I can honestly say I was shocked, but not in the way I expected. (Article continues after photo.) Continue reading “American Medical Association shocks me with advice on holidays and COVID”