Friday, March 06, 2020

Wash Your Hands, Dammit!

Wash early, wash often. That's said to be the best way to minimize your chance of contracting Covid-19.

But how much is enough? Ask Round Rock:

I think that's pretty clear. Questions?


Rural said...

Should that be from The Disinfected Lib ? Stay save folks......

The Disaffected Lib said...

Well played, Rural! Well done you.

Tal Hartsfeld said...

I already routinely wash my hands. And also use tissues when I cough or sneeze.

However, I think the REAL "pandemic" is not so much the Coronavirus itself, which so far has a fatality rate of less than 5% of the world's population, but, rather, the disruptions to the cultural ecosystems of the societies of the world: the economies, the trades, the social and public services, the businesses, the social climates, the quality-of-life factors (or at least what little remains of "living in modern times").

Extreme disruption of the lives of the remaining 95% of the world's population is, in the long run, going to prove to be the actual "pandemic" that ruins or even destroys the everyday existence of a vast majority.