OUR VIEW: Living life, but taking precautions
We’ve written a couple of times this week about life moving on, despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Right or wrong, it’s clear that most people are going to move forward, regardless of what the numbers say. It means packed football stadiums, concerts and other large gatherings on probably on the horizon.
Life does need to go on. We live for a short time, and after last year, everyone is ready to live a little bit.
But we do need to keep the disease in the forefront of our mind. We need to take precautions, wash our hands frequently, wear a mask, social distance as much as possible. We urge you to consider the vaccine, as well, as we have many times before.
All along this has been about personality responsibility.
We live in a country (thankfully) where we all get to make our own decisions.
If you want to take risks, and chance getting the virus, then that’s your perogative. But we at least urge you to take measured risks.
If you’re going to a game, wear a mask. Do all you can to keep you and your family safe.