“If you find a face mask to be too uncomfortable, it is not likely you will find a ventilator any easier.”
– Stephanie, an Emergency Room Nurse
What more is there to say? Some people don’t like wearing car seat belts, and feel it is an infringement on their freedom. Some people feel they should be able to smoke cigarettes and cigars in restaurants and stores, and feel it is an infringement of their freedom. Wearing a face mask, wearing seat belts, and refraining from smoking among others is nothing less than common sense, common courtesy and common caring. It makes you 17 times less likely to get the virus, and 17 times less likely to spread the virus.
It’s easy, it’s inexpensive, it’s good for all, you and me, and the entire world. Please. Please. Please: Wear a mask.
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This thought shared with us by Stephanie, an Emergency Room Nurse – you know, a True Hero – from Knoxville, North Carolina. Thanks, Steph, for the reminder that such a simple thing can have such wonderful results. You are the best, Steph!
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