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Wash Your Hands!

7th SFG(A) shared this the other day on IG. It’s a great reminder to wash your hands and if you’re in a situation where you need to wear a mask, be sure to wear it.

Remember to wash your hands regularly, social distance, and report symptoms to your medical provider. Maintain wearing a mask at required locations and continue to be Quiet Professionals!

10 Responses to “Wash Your Hands!”

  1. TC says:

    This is liberal gobbledygook. Telling people to wear a mask means you hate the President. Masks are more dangerous, and don’t help. People should man up, take hydroxychloroquine, go to church, patronize Chick-fil-a (eat in), and keep America great.

  2. Jeb says:

    Or…I’ll just continue to quietly not patronize businesses which require masks and gloves thus restricting their revenue. Because in my AO, Sears has been living on life support ventilator since Home Depot became a staple of American consumerism and they built one an hour away. WalMart issuing the directive leaves me in hope of seeing the corporate giant closing our county’s store…amongst many more. Sears and WalMart (in my community are the forced compliance businesses) have not, will not and never will protect someone from getting their ticket punched. Feinting WuFlu compliance doesn’t cure the other unhealthy sanitary and hygienic issues like people banging in WalMart bathrooms…a sight no one ever wants to walk in on.

    • Davy Crockett says:

      Your AO.

    • DrStrange says:

      So… Masks bad? Seriously though-you didn’t mention if the people you watch banging in the Walmart bathrooms are wearing masks. Makes a BIG difference.

      • Jeb says:

        No masks in the bathroom incident…but drunk Ute Indians are kind of the norm from what I’ve seen and heard.

        AO term used very loosely, as in where I live.

        Washing hands is not an issue of any sort. Growing up in South Sacramento and LA Counties throughout the 80’s, wearing a mask would of gotten somebody shot (mainly the wearer) so yeah, old habits are hard to break.

        If Death can pull Kobe from a raffle, he can pull my name as well. A mask won’t be the deciding factor. If it is, a privacy box in this day and age isn’t a bad proposition.

      • LP says:

        And using a chain-link fence to keep mosquitoes out makes a BIG difference too.

  3. Matt in Oklahoma says:

    I’m not SF but washing my hands and wearing a mask when needed doesn’t seem like it needs to have the kind of knee jerk emotional comments and reactions that are on here. Seems borderline mental illness

    • Sommerbiwak says:

      People have too much time on their hands sitting at home in the lockdown.