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    • #20162
      Michelle Gonzaba

        Almost three years into COVID-19, life looks different for everyone. Some have gone back to their pre-pandemic lives and habits while others are still taking many precautions. Personally, I go out a bit more than I did a year ago, but I still wear a mask when I am indoors. 

        How much is the COVID-19 pandemic still affecting your life? Does it still factor into your decision-making when it comes to social activities or attending medical appointments? What does your current “normal” look like?

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        Prosper Abusah

          As a heavily immunocompromised person , I still take a lot of precautions . I wear mask when I leave my house . I don’t go to social gatherings . My decision to go to places is made on the basis of not many new cases of covid in the community is reported . When the numbers are very high I take strict precautions .

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            We still take strict precautions and will continue. FFP2, disinfection, home nesting 🙂

          • #21048

              As long as I am taking Prednisone I will continue to mask in crowded and/or poorly ventilated public buildings, particularly as long as COVID continues to be a thing.  Basically I only go out to shop for groceries/necessities.  It’s easy to manage since I’m retired, but it still severely limits having any social life (restaurants, movies, etc.). I also refuse to travel in any vehicle (plane, train, bus, etc.) other than my car.

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