Coronavirus case numbers have spiked predictably after the social gatherings around Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day.
Labor Day led to warnings against Halloween; Halloween celebrations led to surges that have compromised the safety of traditional Thanksgiving get-togethers.
The behavior that keeps everyone safe — staying home, wearing masks, keeping gatherings small and brief — requires people to be invested in those who aren't even there and who are usually unknown to them.
Day after day after day, he takes cholesterol-lowering medications to stave off an event with much less immediate danger than the coronavirus.
But complying with Covid-19 restrictions doesn't earn you a break or a "cheat" day.
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