It’s tough. You have to weigh the risks of going out and continually be on the lookout for people not wearing masks. That includes people walking in your neighborhood without masks.
Now, I have to figure out how long covid-19 aerosols hang in the air.
We learned about droplets and how they’re infectious in crowded places, such as bars and where people are shouting or singing. They spread out then fall to the ground.
Now aerosols. When someone walks by my house not wearing a mask, how long do I have to wait to go get my mail or water my lawn and flower beds by the sidewalk?
Meanwhile, boomer bloggers are writing about:
- A covid kind of trip.
- Five amazing countries you can visit – kind of – during covid.
- How to boost your immune system in the coronavirus era.
- The health and wealth gap during the pandemic; retirees are worried about getting covid-19 and their children are worried about money.
- What to buy at Labor Day sales.
- Why tackle football should be banned.
- How to start your day with gratitude.
Rebecca Olkowski of BabyBoomster writes about these articles on the Best of Boomer Blogs #665. Click here to get the links to the articles. And be sure to leave a comment. Boomer bloggers enjoy hearing from readers.