Traveling with the Coronavirus Threat   Leave a comment

We all need to think about using common sense. We have been told the basic things we can do to reduce getting the virus. Follow them, then pivot toward the risk. Life is full of risks. — kenne

Susie Lindau's Wild Ride

A week ago, I traveled from Denver International Airport to Madison, Wisconsin for my mom’s 90th birthday. Did I worry that I may not be able to purchase hand sanitizer? I should have been since people were already stockpiling. Did I worry about the threat of catching the coronavirus or COVID-19? Not any more than worrying about what garden variety nastiness I might catch anytime I navigate the packed security winding line of doom. There were only nine cases of coronavirus in Colorado and most were diagnosed in the mountains. Instead, I worried that I might forget to pack something, leave something in the dryer, that my broken big toe would yelp after walking a couple of miles. Most of all, I worried that Mom’s friends and family might choose to stay home from her celebration in light of the outbreak.

This isn’t to say that I don’t take…

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Posted March 12, 2020 by kenneturner in Information

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