Today’s Shot 76

Solitary


Wellness Tip

As an addition to the posts, Hygiene and Prevention and Airport Safety, one more area of focus would be gas pumps. I wear gloves, but buttons and handles can also be easily wiped down with disinfectant wipes before use.


Prevent and Protect 🌟

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      1. Pilgrimage Studio

        Hi John, well I’m not a nurse, but I was an EMT and discovered that I get deathly ill in the back of an Ambulence. That was enough of that for me, so now I do medical transport. I always drive so I don’t have to be in the back of an Ambulence! I transport disabled veterans ☺️☺️☺️

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      2. John

        Oh that’s wonderful! Those services are common here, and I use them to get to medical appointments that I can’t drive home from such as some nasty dental work last year, and I’ll use them again when I go in for Lithotripsy soon. Damn kidney stones… Sorry you get so sick, I hope it doesn’t happen in a car!

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      3. Pilgrimage Studio

        It does happen in any moving 😲 transport, but not if I’m driving. So now I stay at the helm 😀 I’m glad you were able to use transport when you needed it! We transport across 7 states and it is a lot of fun! I wish you the best on your procedure. I pray it goes smoothly for you ☺️🌟☺️

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    1. Pilgrimage Studio

      I was thinking of this the other day while I was at the gas station. Any place that is high traffic, makes me instantly want to wash my hands – or not touch anything. Before I could blog it, work texted the entire group of us (medical transporters) and mentioned sanitizing at gas stations… I’m glad the word is being spread! 😊🌟😊

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      1. Pilgrimage Studio

        I’ve seen the sanitizer pumps but I have not seen any place that takes temperature! I know that created a bit of a scare for you where you were traveling… it’s an interesting idea! I can see how this could be beneficial.

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      2. Jim Borden

        Singapore has been a model of how to try and control the spread of the virus. That being said, they just reported the largest number of new cases in a single day – 13. I guess it just proves how hard it is to control this thing.

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      3. Jim Borden

        I’m not sure the Singapore model can be replicated; being a city-state-country enables them to have much tighter controls over how thing get done as compared to a country. But maybe a few best practices could be shared around the world.

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