How to Honor Those You Know Who Have Died from Covid-19

1, Remember them well and share about them.

2. If you are not vaccinated, get vaccinated to live and to carry on and share the memories of the one(s) you lost.

3. Do what ever you can to get those you know and care about to get each of them vaccinated if not already vaccinated.

4. Write or call your state representative and senator and let them know that you expect them to do whatever is needed to assure that people get vaccinated.

5. Write or call your United States representative and senators and let them know that you expect them to do whatever is needed to assure that people get vaccinated.

Remind people that if the vaccinations for small pox were not mandatory, hundreds of thousands of people would still be dying around the world from small pox. The same applies to polio vaccines. If they had not been required to attend or teach/work in schools, we would still be worried about polio summers, thousand of deaths and thousands disabled. Before the vaccines became available, every time my brother got a cold in the summer, my parents had him checked for polio.

Think about and remind people why all teachers, school staff, and healthcare are required to be tested for tuberculosis? To protect your children and your family!

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