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Self-Quarantine during Christmas - Merry Christmas 2020!

See, Write, and Post-it. Our eyes see and record every memory that goes on in life.

Hello there!

Today blog's post will be short and maybe a little personal. A simple word from me. Just another random blog post during this Christmas. Beforehand, I would like to have this moment to say Merry Christmas everyone no matter where you are, what you do, always take precautions and stay safe.

Okay, back to the topic. A couple of days, I took a test for COVID19, and right now, we are waiting for the results, there are 37 people who took their sample, and hopefully, everything going to be okay.

Nobody wants this thing to happen, but yet it still happening. For me, personally, there's nothing we can do right now, just waiting for the result and sit back at home, do your self-quarantine and stop making things difficult. Period.

No one is blaming anyone. But, there are exceptions. We don't blame a person if that person herself or himself doesn't know that they were having close contact with the person who being confirmed positive. But, we do blame those people who already know they have close contact with a positive person and act like they didn't know about it.

There's a difference between those two. If you know you were surrounded by those who being confirmed as positive, then, take that as precautions. Don't make things difficult. Stop spreading it to other people. 

Things happened and I personally accept this reality. But please, to whoever people out there, if you think you have close contact with a COVID patient or living with a person who was quarantine, don't go anywhere, stay at home, stop being burdensome, and please, COVID is not a toy. It's a virus.

Have mercy on other people, senior citizens, you know what we worried about? Our parents. Think about that first, before you get anyone into trouble. 

And now, we were celebrating Christmas and New Year alone in our own room. That's the end of the story of 2020.

Merry Christmas folks!


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