Instead of worrying about being exposed to the COVID-19 virus by airborne sources, consider what you're stepping in when in public places. That's where the virus ends up, on the floor. Someone coughs or sneezes and it's in the air for a brief period, then it's on the ground for 24 hours.
Two pandemic response teams were disbanded. Our pandemic expert in China, Dr. Linda Quick, who would've assisted China in stemming the pandemic at its onset, was recalled and dismissed. None of the easily foreseeable steps to fight the virus were taken: Personal protective equipment for the …
There's one in every crowd. It’s kind of amusing when you see someone flipping out over their constitutional rights being stepped on by the stay-at-home orders.
I would like to applaud Mayor Jim Yarbrough. Closing our beaches was the right thing to do in order to keep so many day-trippers from coming and possibly spreading the coronavirus around our island.
In response to the story ("City closes beaches as visitors still flock to island," The Daily News, March 30): We're going to miss our daily walks here at Pirates Beach. How about letting us on between sunrise and 9:30 a.m. while the partiers are sleeping?