Let’s say you wake up with a terrible cough, fever and body ache. Immediately you go to the doctor and get diagnosed covid-19.

2 weeks ago you didn’t know you were infected. You hung out with friends for pizza, people went to your house and went to the park. You thought: I have a right to a normal life and nobody tells me what to do.

You spend like 6 days in bed feeling super bad but it goes by fast because you’re young. How exaggerated are people, right? It was 6 days and already.

Good thing you already healed, but I tell you…

Your best friend got it on that visit to your house and unknowingly visited her grandfather who uses oxygen because he has Epoc and heart problems. Now he’s dead.
Your fat friend also got it in your pizza joint; he’s in ICU and he gave it to his whole family. They won’t know for another two weeks.

The girl who charged you for take out pizza took the virus home. Her mom has multiple sclerosis, this makes her immunosuppressed. They take her to the hospital because she can’t breathe. She may die surrounded by machines.

And all this, because your mask was uncomfortable or, no one tells you what to do.

It’s not for you, it’s for everyone! It’s called responsibility and empathy.

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