Household Journal

The 2020 lockdown journal

Our home journey to (God willing) stay clear of COVID-19 and do our part through Canada’s journey back to normal.

What do two healthy people (i.e. Andrea and Bob) plus two senior cats (i.e. Bebe and Merlin) do when the community around them says the best way to remain healthy and neither contract nor transmit the COVID-19 virus is to stay home, avoid contact with others if you don’t have to, and wait out the COVID contagion?

You start a blog. Why not? We have some unplanned time on our hands. Click here to see it.

Our extended family and friends are welcome to contribute their thoughts and experiences as well. We published an accounts of our first 16 weeks after COVID-19 descended on Canada. This became a lengthy article, so we put it on a separate page (click here) so that our home blog page wouldn’t ‘bloat’ with a story too long to command attention.

We did not finish the stay-at-home period with two cats. In late March, we lost Bebe to cancer. See our article.

We heard from friends and family as we all allowed the health care systems worldwide to absorb those infected, slow, halt and reverse the rate of infection, return to normal and ensure everyone gets both the flu shot each and every year, plus whatever COVID-19 vaccine that will develop over the next year to 18 months. By the way, in Canada you still can, and really should, get the 2019-20 influenza vaccine. It won’t insulate you from COVID-19, but would you really like to be fighting off the seasonal flu and be extra vulnerable at a time when you might also risk contracting the much more serious COVID-19 virus?

About Andrea

Andrea Seepersaud is the Seepersaud family scribe. She is the President of Upper Canada Immigration Consultants. In 2012, Andrea was awarded the Queen's Diamond Jubilee medal in Canada.

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