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COVID Fatigue? And Yet….

October 31, 2022

From a friend, who grabbed it from the AARP —-

Know your risk —

and keep your mask handy

After two-plus years of the pandemic, COVID fatigue has set in. Fewer people are wearing masks, more people are packing into planes, and large indoor gatherings have mostly resumed.

And while you may feel more relaxed in some situations — say, a family event or a friend’s dinner party — that doesn’t mean you need to ditch all prevention efforts going forward. It’s important to consider your risk before deciding on plans, and also to pay attention to transmission rates in your area.

Show a little prudence, be a little careful. Continue to avoid those higher-risk situations where you can and where it just doesn’t make sense for you to put yourself in that risk. And if you can’t avoid them, don’t feel shy about popping on a mask.


“Yeah, but, Joe….”

And St. Paul clears his throat.

You and I glance over at him.

He says, “Look out not only for your own interests, but also for the interests of others.”

We blink.

He adds, “You might recognize that as Philippians 2:4.”

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