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Parents of students enrolled in Memphis public schools are going to extreme, ill-advised lengths to protect their children after the school district announced one of its employees was in contact with a coronavirus patient.

The individual in question is in a cautionary quarantine.

Some parents didn’t take the news well. (Twitchy)

Other parents wiped down their kids when they were picked up from school:

While the government failed dramatically to produce adequate testing in a timely fashion, COVID-19 for almost all infected under 60 will manifest as a mild respiratory illness. 

The biggest concern for healthy children and young adults is the possible inconvenience of being at home for two weeks with no symptoms or a mild cold.

Medical professionals are urging all Americans to keep calm and take preventive action. If you are on prescription medication, you should have a one month supply just in case. 

Read more here.

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Ronnie smith
1 year ago

Notice the woman with bags on her shoes ! To Funny she does NOT need to protect her Tenn Shoes, so dumb !

Herbert G. Chapman
Herbert G. Chapman
1 year ago

Why are they saying that the government failed dramatically to produce adequate testing in a timely fashion when every body knew it was coming . Everybody should have taken precautions when they first heard about it. Don’t be blaming the government fore your inaction. You have some responsibility, that is unless you are totally dependent on the government to make your decisions. Take the bull by the horns and make your own decision !

Donna Walker
Donna Walker
1 year ago

Herbert G. Chapman, We “the people” can’t develop a test for the virus. That is what was said about the government failing to do. Yes we can take precautions and use common sense, wash our hands, sneeze or cough in a tissue, stay home if sick, avoid people we know are sick but we don’t develop the test. Sure we our own responsibility and I am not dependent on the government. I have worked my whole adult life in health care. “Taking precautions when we first heard about it” has nothing to do with testing. There were enough tests manufactured to test all that needed it.