Lynnie 's journey
Coming to terms with the Virus. It is nearly six weeks now that we have had 'Lockdown' here in the UK. It didn't seem such a big thing when it started, but as the days wore on it began to feel like a prison, or like the aftermath of a nuclear bomb, with deserted streets and shuttered shops and restaurants.
In the US they seem to have taken the whole thing much more lightly with beach parties, and open shops. In some states it seemed to make little difference at all. I'm sure we've all wondered how essential all of this is. Although we are told we have to do this, there is a substantial body of opinion that is questioning the whole basis for the lockdown.
The truth is - neither you or I can question whether we need to do this, or how long we have to do it for. We can't question this for two reasons: 1 - unless you are an epidemic expert you can't possibly have an opinion that has any basis, and 2 - even if you are well-qualified, there are so many differing facts, statistics, projections, going around that even the experts all disagree. Okay, let me tell you MY opinion. Whether we like it or not, and whether we should be doing it or not, this plague has IMPROVED us. It has taught us the value of the wonderful NHS healthcare service that we have always had, and for me, when this is over I will never again take for granted a coffee and sandwich in a cafe or a trip to the zoo with my son.
My husband Arthur wrote a book and you can get it free.
Here is the link if you interested?
Grant Shapps revealed the news at Thursday's briefing - https://www.thesun.co.uk/
He said: “Face coverings will become mandatory on public transport.
WEAR A MASK (..OR ELSE!) Everyone MUST wear face masks on public transport from June 15 — or face fines
Lynnie is a long way from her home country, The Philippines, Her journey has take her through Brunei and Hong Kong.