The tragedy is not that people died; the tragedy is that a lot of AVOIDABLE deaths occurred because some buffoon thought that it would go away like magic, and did not act properly.
Nope. He is French, so his thought would be in proper French: “Qui était cette femme masquée?”
I am sure that, as some point, ‘Spanish flu’ death (by the way, you know that Spanish is a misnomer brought by the fact that Spanish newspapers were able to report news since they were NOT censored? The disease likely originated in Kansas…) were 88000, on their way to 675000.As for the comparative lethality, I am sure the 88000 dead (for now) are taking comfort at the currently lower numbers… A tragedy 100 years ago is not making a current day tragedy any less of a tragedy, particularly since we could have done better.
60000 flu death is over a full year. 1.25 million victim of auto accidents is for the whole planet.Putting things in the RIGHT perspective.
Nope. A double layer mask — even home-made ones — stops virtually all aerosols.
How come TJ has not noticed her presence yet?
“Viola” is a musical instrument. If you mean “voilà”, THAT is the proper spelling.
The ordinary masks are ineffective against CATCHING it, but are effective in preventing someone who already has it from inadvertently giving it to OTHERS. And in the case of a disease that can be present for up to two weeks in someone without symptoms but who IS contagious, that could make a heck of a difference.
Eat and run…
Yes, it is. Google it.