Lux: Masks help protect others virus

Posted 9/24/20

A virus needs a new host to reproduce.

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Lux: Masks help protect others virus


A virus needs a new host to reproduce.

If, like any living thing, it can’t reproduce, the species does out. Wearing a mask, like glasses, is something health care people wear all day every day. We only need to wear one when we go out where there might be someone to infect.

You do not have the right to give someone COVID-19 or HIV or smallpox or any disease.

If you were in a crowded theater on fire, a good leader would calmly explain
the fire and help people find the exits.

Lorie Lux

Sun City