Sunday, April 19, 2020

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The fatalities rate in the U.S. and some other countries are rising. Asia, Europe, Africa, albeit slowly coronavirus covid-19 beginning to spread throughout other parts of the world. Some people still don't get it. They would rather die than being forced to stay at home. Yes, I'll say good for them. A little fewer idiots on earth.

I pity the NHS being overwhelmed by hundreds if not thousands of sick patients dying in front of them, mostly alone without their families. The worst thing is that these doctors and nurses could also be infected because of their close proximity to the patients. That's why PPE is important. Without soldiers how do we win the battles?




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Personally, I'm coping fine with the lockdown. It's because, I'm an introvert and normally, I don't go out much unless I have to. In fact, I could stay home for months without even stepping out of my house. I do a lot of thinking at home and it helps that I'm a Youtuber and Blogger.

Where does introvert come from?

The word introvert precedes online personality quizzes by about 400 years. The first records of the word introvert come from the 1600s when it was used as a verb meaning “to turn one’s thoughts inward.” It wasn’t until the 1900s that it began to be popularly used in the context of psychology as a noun referring to a person with a certain personality type. The introvert is formed from the prefix intro–, meaning “inwardly” or “within,” and the root vert, meaning “to turn” (as in invert).

The concept of introversion and introverts (and other personality types) was popularized by psychologist Carl Jung in the early 1900s. According to Jung, introverts are people who tend to be preoccupied with their own thoughts and feelings and minimize their contact with other people. Today, we often think of introverts as reflective, reserved, interested in abstract ideas, sensitive, and tend to thrive in familiar environments. In contrast, extroverts are thought to be outgoing and to thrive in social situations. Most theories about personality types agree that a person usually has some elements of introversion and some elements of extroversion. However, many of these theories state that one of those tends to be stronger.

Taken from Dictionary.com



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People should do their part and stay at home to avoid spreading the virus to each other. Sometimes, I laughed at the stupid reasons these idiots are saying on the news channel. Like, there's one woman that wants the hair salon to open because her hair roots are turning white. FFS!

Yes. The economy is tanking and people want everything to be back to normal. To be able to go out whenever we want, to work, to buy food, to go to the beaches. But, the virus is still out there and it's deadly. Not just to the older gen but to younger generations too.




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Right now, there's no cure and there's no vaccine for the covid-19. There are not even enough test kits to know if you got the virus. Heck, even I and my family haven't been tested yet. In the last two weeks, my mom and bro-in-law had been sick and went to the doctor. They have since recovered. Thank goodness to that. I'm not sure if the doc had recommended the virus test.

Now, it's five months later since they discovered the virus in Wuhan, China last December. The coronavirus is still out there on the rampage. Those countries that say, they'll never be infected are slowly rising in infections and death. Experts are worries about third-world countries because of the lack of ventilators and NHS staff.

In poorer countries, the poor who depends on their daily work for money is devastating to them. Without money and food, it's going to be a catastrophe. Bodies are piling up and even put outside homes where people are waiting for the bodies to be taken away and buried. If this is not done quickly, you know a new disease will begin to spread out.



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In times like these, the world needs to work together as one people. The people need to do their part to stay at home until the crisis is manageable. It's the only way until a cure and vaccines are found. It's all not doom and gloom. Laboratories all over the world are working hard to find a solution for the new virus.

Humankind has always prevailed. Only that, some will never learn. Let's give a good fight, and do what we can. Try to saves as many lives as possible. For the rest, that still don't get it, let darwins do its job. Fewer idiots, the better. While I'm at home watching this whole freaking show.



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Read up some of my other posts on the coronavirus covid-19. You can find the links on the right side of my blog. You can also do a search.

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