Covid could kill me. From someone you don't know

Diane DeVillers
Posted October 16, 2020 from United States
Someone you don't know

      This letter goes out to all the people who don’t wear masks. If we would have all worn masks this ordeal would have been over. I’ve been staying in my home since March 13

     And when I hear there are still people who don’t care about others, who don’t wear masks to make some sort of statement. You are selfish and don’t care about people like me who have Multiple Sclerosis who have a compromised immune system, this Covid could kill me and you are reckless and endangering me. endangerment.

     I want to come out of my house and have a life but people like you don’t give a damn. This gets personal, I know you are out there going place, doing things but I am stuck in my house. Why don’t you care about people like me? Why don’t you care about spreading the virus? You could test positive for the virus but not feel sick?   

   If you want to infect your family, kids, grandparents, parents then you have every right to. But you don’t have the right to kill me. 

WEAR THE FRIGGIN MASKS PEOPLE, it could save my life.

girlpower

 

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Nini Mappo
Oct 17
Oct 17

Hello Dianne,
Oh how much better the world would be if we looked beyond ourselves enough to see others, and care. The trouble with the world is individualism and too much me factor, which is slowly killing collective responsibility. But I hope that any anti-maskers will take note.
I hope you stay safe.
(And yes, there was a link to the freedom from debt article)

Sujit
Oct 18
Oct 18

Those who choose not to wear a mask and are reckless should be restricted to their own homes and not those who opt to be safe and not impose their risk behaviours on others. It is so annoying and I am sorry to hear that you cant enjoy being outdoors and in public places for no reason other than other's unacceptable recklessness. Solidarity with you.

I think such unwarranted behaviour should be called out not just as lack of compassion or selfishness. It is about infringing on another's individual rights to health, safety and their relationship with the planet. And that is unacceptable.

Diane DeVillers
Oct 18
Oct 18

Thanks for your kind words, perhaps people not wearing masks should get a fine

Beth Lacey
Oct 20
Oct 20

I will never understand the selfishness of people who won't do this simple thing for others.