Open letter to the Community

This is an Open letter to all the communities affected by pandemic

There comes a time when one looks around and feel completely abandoned and isolated from everything that they loved, enjoyed, nourished and nurtured. Whether I am a health worker or a son or a daughter isolated from my parents or a friend cut off from other friends, we are all struggling to cope with this unseen, untouched microcosm that has permeated our lives as coronavirus covid-19 pandemic.

Take a breather and reassess the circumstances you find yourself in to see nothing has been lost or gained due this pandemic. Year 2020 is going to be a blip in your life as long as you understand what you need to do now to combat the virus.

Virus spread without vaccination may not affect you, but affects someone you love or who loves you, someone who feeds you or someone who is part of a supply chain without which you cannot see or buy the things from supermarket shelves.

Understand 3Ws

First and fore most thing to understand that the virus will die without a host. So, all the efforts are in that direction.

Understand this, then all the rituals that you have been asked to perform will have more meaning to you and to those whom you love to let you continue to have them in your life.

Watch Distance (#LearnOn)

Distancing is one form of reducing the number of hosts carrying the virus. Even if you are capable of producing antibodies to kill the virus within you, you will not stop the spread unless you distance from others. Assuming you are the patient zero, the virus will die and will disappear for good. Without social distancing, we may end up having several hundred ‘patient zero’. It is as simple as that.

Wash hands (#LearnOn)

Assuming you are in contact with the surfaces where an infected person has left the droplets containing virus, you can avoid catching it by washing your hands with soap before you touch any part of your face. Please be aware that the virus can survive on hard surfaces for up to 24 hours. Face is one of several vital body parts housing all types of sensory organs and the processing of sensory information. It should be a common sense that you need to take care of your vital sensory organs from the virus. Take steps to erect no-entry points through your eyes, nose and mouth by washing your hands, and, you have won the battle with the virus. Virus will and disappear for good and it is as simple as that.

Wear mask (#LearnOn)

Assuming that you carry the virus without any knowledge of it as you may not have any symptoms, the mask that you wear in public will help contain the virus within you and soon die and disappear for good. You will remain the patient zero and it is as simple as that.

Now, the wearing mask is mandatory in Victoria, Australia. Please head to the advice. and help stop the spread.

Is this too much to ask? I don’t think so. Spare our health workers from the untiring work they are already have been subjected to and in so many different ways – to combat this virus.

A plea to all doctors and hospitals around the world

Doctors who are capable of treating the virus, please do so without requiring someone to pay for it to get treated. When the entire economy of the world has been suspended, there is your chance to suspend your need and greed to make money out of those souls who do not have the means to combat the virus without your help.

Hospitals can pitch in the same way to suspend all necessary requirements for admission. Someday when everything gets back to normal, community will remember you and will reward you or punish you for you for your inhumane acts at a critical times of survival by the humanity.

We are all connected by one life, it is as simple as that. We are all affected by one virus, it is as simple as that.

If you are still not convinced, look around you. The things that are there have been there even before you came to existence and will be there even after you leave this world. What you see as yours is the humanity that is connected to you in some inexplicable way and letting you survive in ways more than you can imagine. You have an obligation to do the right thinkg for the humanity whether you are a health worker or a doctor or a pharmacist or a son or a daughter or a brother or a sister or a friend or a foe.

Bypass all man-made systems affecting the entirety or the connectivity of life and serve LIFE instead.