The Center for Disease Control published new guidelines last tuesday for people who are fully vaccinated. These guidelines state that people who are fully vaccinated can participate in “normal” activities after two weeks, if they show no symptoms after getting the second dose.
Seeing someone without a face mask these days is like seeing someone naked. It’s taboo and somewhat dirty. They certainly shouldn’t be that way out in public. It’s as if they’re telling the world, “Look at me. I have no shame.”
Bad air quality has an impact on anyone exposed, but primarily those with pre-existing conditions like COPD, asthma or heart conditions. Ways to breathe easy during the COVID-19 pandemic and the wildfires were discussed by Respiratory Health Professor Bunnarith Chhun and Nurse Practioner Michelle Quon.
Halloween is not about one particular day, it’s about the holiday spirit. This spirit is prevalent and celebrated all throughout the month of October.
Nobody said that Halloween was cancelled, so there’s no need to dampen the holiday spirit.
People can still decorate their houses with spooky decorations and such, but should have a sign out-front telling people that they’re not giving out candy to prevent the spread of germs.
It seems like a buzzkill, however. Halloween isn’t going to be restrictive forever.