@leftybutnotPM. You took my post WAY too seriously. I am following all the guidelines, etc. of my state and will continue to until they change. I have been the biggest champion of social distancing at my company which is deemed essential.
With that being said, there is a cure. It's called antibodies that are made in our own bodies. I found the articles that @iacas shared very interesting, especially the one on herd immunity. I also found the one about certain blood types being more resistant intriguing. I've said before that we are pretty sure that this virus made it through my house back in January. The symptoms we all experienced were spot on COVID-19. My daughter did not, but she is an O blood type. The rest of us are A types.
I understand that I could die, and I am ready to go if that is my end. Bear in mind that most of us are going to catch this at some point. These measures are not meant to stop the spread, only to slow it down so that hospitals are not overwhelmed where they have to decide who to treat and who to let go.
I like having something to do that isn't the same practice stuff I was doing. While I have my priority piece from my most recent evolvr lesson (which is quite a while back, my fault for not getting video when the range was open), I probably should be reviewing some other parts and spending some time on other things? I might even be wrong on that. I really should have checked in with Stephen well over a month ago.
Either way, the variety is nice.
I realize this might not be the most useful feedback, sorry.
In any case, I did the drills for today and have video of doing each twice (after the initial practice); I'll process and upload that video later today. About to join some co-workers for happy hour (virtually of course), and wanted to get the practice itself in before drinking.