SOCIAL DISTANCING- Match Analogy!

Coronavirus is like a row of matches. The coronavirus is the flame and humans are the matches.

  • For every match (human) the flame (coronavirus) touches, the match gets infected with the coronavirus.
  • That infected match now becomes equivalent to a coronavirus flame that can go infect other matches. The latest medical information is that it incubates from 14 to 26 days!
  • That infected match now becomes equivalent to a coronavirus flame that can go infect other matches
  • So now you have matches with two flames and each matches you touch becomes another infected-flame that can go on and infect other matches. The latest medical information is that it incubates from 14 to 26 DAYS!
  • What is the best way to get these matches from getting infected? By REMOVING them from the table so the flames can’t hit them.
  • That is why SOCIAL ISOLATION IS NEEDED; we are removing the matches (ourselves) so the flame (virus) can’t touch us and infect us.
  • Hospital stories abound on LinkedIn about this reality already!  If we reduce how many of us get sick at once, we won’t all get hospitalized at the same time and therefore there will be enough Intensive Care Unit (ICU) beds and medical expertise available. This will SAVE YOUR LIFE AND YOUR GRANDPARENTS!
  • Social Distancing (COVID-19) at its best! See below 3 MDs article! http://bit.ly/2wcg8sA
  • Dr. Scott Segal & Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine and Health/Government officials state N95 masks need to be reserved for health care workers.
    • The Recommended MASKS for the public have:
      • two layers of heavyweight “quilters cotton” with a thread count of at least 180
      • had thicker and tighter weave
      • Lesser quality fabrics also worked well, as long as they had an internal layer of flannel
      • “You do want to use a woven fabric, like batik,” Segal said, “but you don’t want to use a knit fabric, because the holes between the knit stitches are bigger.”
      • “You do want to use a woven fabric, like batik,” Segal said, “but you don’t want to use a knit fabric, because the holes between the knit stitches are bigger.”
      • Whole article: https://nbcnews.to/2yCrqXN
  • 100 MILLION MASKS CHALLENGE: http://ow.ly/JTAe50yY4GE
    • South Korea flattened the curve quicker when the public wore masks & our USA Health officials and government are asking us to do the same!

Denise Kean, Pres.
Keeping Seniors on Their Feet & Thriving!

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