Update from CCBOA – Internships and Mask Mandates

  • 2021-05-01, 05:00 AM
  • Jo Petteruti

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Comments (1)

don_deberry
don_deberry 2021-05-02, 03:19 PM
The COVID-19 virus doesn’t have a brain. It cannot think, or communicate, or perform any kind of planning. It knows nothing of geography, economics, politics, law, or the US constitution. The only thing it can do is reproduce, evolve, and mutate to survive (and kill or make a bunch of people sick in the process). Despite these shortcomings, COVID-19 has managed to spread throughout the world in less than a year. This is something that has taken mankind, with our supposedly superior intellect, over a half a million years. Wearing a mask in public is a small price to pay to eliminate this scourge and hopefully prevent it from mutating into a more dangerous form with more catastrophic consequences. Open the economy up, but it shouldn’t require a law or mandate for people to wear a mask in public. It should be a matter common sense, empathy for others, and using that superior intellect that we supposedly have, to prevent this virus from spreading and causing more damage than it already has. At this point, it appears that we may have this under control and only need to suffer the inconvenience of wearing a mask a few more months to get it fully under control. If we cannot perform this simple task, who knows how long this inconvenience will be prolonged, or if it will be made worse by an evolving virus. Use your brain, wear a mask. There is a light at the end of the tunnel.

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