Since the start of COVID-19, the primary cause of transmission has been seen to be droplets. However, is this really the case. Check out this CBC interview to find out.
“Ni cta ni akohikon – That hurts me
Carol pe ntamici – Carol, come see me
Ni taci sa micta mackikikatakoiin – They are overdosing me on drugs
Wipatc tca – Do it quickly
Those were the chilling words of Joyce Echaquan, broadcasting live from Facebook on September 28, 2020 at 10:27 am (English translation provided).” Click here to read the full article.
“Amanda Visconti tunes her acoustic guitar and warms up her vocals, as the 25-year-old singer-songwriter prepares for her audience at Miami Cancer Institute, as a member of the Art in Medicine program.” Click here to read the full article.
Still not sure what #PoPAB is all about? Alberta doctors are not calling for lockdowns. Help us support the call for #TestTraceIsolateAB by attending protests, contacting elected officials, and signing the petition at https://t.co/tVFYAYAmKp #AbLeg #abhealth pic.twitter.com/y5A0OOls6R— Alberta Activist Collective (@ActivistAlberta) August 7, 2021
If you have only time to read one Twitter thread, consider reading this one by @SadafShllwani.
“Last night around 6pm I went to visit my dad at #LTC. When I got there his diaper, pants, and wheelchair were soiled while he sat in the TV room with other residents. There was a pool of urine under his wheelchair. I couldn’t find any staff.” Click here to continue reading.
Well, my friends, I hate to say it, but I went and got COVID-19. I had both shots if the Moderna vaccine, I continue to wear my mask everywhere I go, I wash my hands frequently and use hand sanitizer, and I still got it. Take care out there, folks.— James Flick (@JamesLFlick) July 4, 2021