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By  rotflqtms_  |  18

Then don't leave your house without a mask and wash your hands after touching doorknobs. Should have been your thing in the first place. Moment you get in, wash your hands. Before you eat or touch your face, clean those hands.
I'm also lucky because I'm an introvert, so after my job where I have to constantly see people, talk to people, clean their butts and help them to/use the bathroom. Have them touch my hair because I'm black and they never saw black people before, medicate them, be in close proximity with them, I go home and don't go back out until I have to go back to work or if i have to go to the store. I don't hate my job, but it is a lot of closeness for a pandemic, Haha. I of course wear a mask, but the patients don't. And we only wear the N95s if we have confirmed patients with covid on the covid side. Good luck with those asymptomatic ones who slip through the cracks and expose us because ER didn't test them before sending them to a non covid side/floor.

By  Nhayaa2.0  |  14

Sounds like you weren't invited to the neighbourhood party... you must be a terrible neighbour 😆 Avoid them, take the stairs, don't touch the doors with your hands, wear a mask. Good luck!

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By  rotflqtms_  |  18

Then don't leave your house without a mask and wash your hands after touching doorknobs. Should have been your thing in the first place. Moment you get in, wash your hands. Before you eat or touch your face, clean those hands.
I'm also lucky because I'm an introvert, so after my job where I have to constantly see people, talk to people, clean their butts and help them to/use the bathroom. Have them touch my hair because I'm black and they never saw black people before, medicate them, be in close proximity with them, I go home and don't go back out until I have to go back to work or if i have to go to the store. I don't hate my job, but it is a lot of closeness for a pandemic, Haha. I of course wear a mask, but the patients don't. And we only wear the N95s if we have confirmed patients with covid on the covid side. Good luck with those asymptomatic ones who slip through the cracks and expose us because ER didn't test them before sending them to a non covid side/floor.

By  Nhayaa2.0  |  14

Sounds like you weren't invited to the neighbourhood party... you must be a terrible neighbour 😆 Avoid them, take the stairs, don't touch the doors with your hands, wear a mask. Good luck!