Having a family holiday lunchs is a recipe for disaster with exhausting indoor ventilation

Just adore everyone else, I miss our extended family.

It has been mostly a year since I’ve seen anyone however our mother because we live together.

I have wanted to get on a plane to visit our father, however the COVID crisis has scared me from stepping foot on an airplane where infection rates are notably higher. All of these family members are older with preexisting conditions that could make a COVID infection deadly for any one of them. I will hold off on seeing our extended family if that means giving them the option to live through the next 6 weeks of continued viral transmission. Unluckyly, some people are selfish. My brother got in his beaten down car and drove across the country so he could visit our father and our elderly Grandma behind our back. She knew that I had wanted to see our father for years, knowing that he has visited Michigan yearly for over a decade now. She doesn’t mind the plan of exposing them to the virus because all he enjoys is his own personal satisfaction. She even put his guy in a position where he was forced to get on a plane to fly back in time to not miss work this week. My brother and those adore his do not understand how ventilation plays a substantial career in preventing viral transmission. Those family meals on Thanksgiving and Christmas this year could prove deadly for family members who are at risk. I just hope others push their impatience aside, because it’s a matter of life and death for so various of us. If I got our mother sick, it would be all over.
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