Thanks to Alex Piacenza and Tom Cantlon for their opinion pieces on why we should be wearing masks. It makes sense, right?
I previously submitted the following questions to Senators Kyrsten Sinema and Martha McSally and Congressman Paul Gosar and received no answers...
With the current economic problems, you have decided the government should give away massive sums of money without regards to need or benefit.
There have been many reports in the media of people refusing to wear masks. Screaming and threatening, these people claim their right to go about in stores and other public places without masks.
I would like to express my utter disgust at the person or persons who stole the face masks I ordered out of our mailbox on Indian Wells Drive on Friday, May 15.
I went into science so that I could work, often until I can no longer keep my eyes open, to find cures for diseases that devastate life.
America needs an explanation. How is it that the United States, with a little over 4% of the world’s population, has 33% of the world’s confirmed COVID-19 cases and 28% of the world’s COVID-19 deaths?
I am 70 years old with Asthma and Bronchiectasis. Other than those annoying conditions, I am reasonably healthy and active. I exercise, try to eat right and love to travel.
Here in Sedona, it looks like any other Sunday afternoon; couples and families strolling, shopping and snacking.
Regarding the wearing of protective masks, Prescott Valley’s Mayor Kell Palguta was recently quoted as saying “If a person chooses to do this for their own safety that is entirely up to them.