Advice from Korea. Subtitled after the introduction and a bit on the long side, showing what they learned from the pandemics of recent times. Buried in it, a nice line – “capitalism at its finest” referring to the R&D started years ago by private firms to be ready for the next pandemic (this one).
A few things: 20% of diagnosed cases (found by testing) have no symptoms, it is possible to re-infect, masks help, hand washing and attention to possibly infected surfaces and fabrics is critical.
Plus The Soap Story. Andrew Bolt has a piece that explains in great detail what a lot of people have been saying, soap is the way to go for safe hands.
Forget all those sanitisers. The humble bar of soap, plus hot water, is the potent weapon against the coronavirus. I didn’t realise how good soap was until I read about its molecular structure – and its wicked tail that cracks through the virus’s fat layers that protects the poison inside. Read this and you’ll never take soap for granted again.
Far more than you wanted to know, but enjoy the pictures!
Repeating a message that I put in a comment on the Cat Family thread, I am available to do shopping and light duties for any Cat, or indeed anyone else, in the vicinity of Lower Neutral Bay who is isolated for any reason without friends or relatives nearby. You don’t need to get someone to drive across the width of Sydney to change a light globe or buy some groceries.