Contact Tracing

Good news for those who are unemployed. Local governments are hiring thousands of Americans to be “disease detectives,” better known as “contact tracers” to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Contact tracing tracks those folks who were recently in contact with people diagnosed with the virus. They are asked to quarantine themselves to prevent further spread.

Companies like Google and Apple are developing apps that will identify people with the virus. This could really help to flatten the curve until the entire disease is wiped out.

But then there are people who don’t like the idea of being monitored, and have been expressing themselves in opinion pieces in newspapers, or on social media.

Which one are you?

Watch the video which is “pro tracking” and then a post from a former client who is definitely against it.

Just for the record, I want tracking if it will help eradicate many of the contagious diseases.


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Many folks complain that the worse thing about the pandemic is that they can’t hug their grandchildren. That is very true, but at least they are not in “cheating” turmoil. Folks involved in extramarital affairs find themselves in situations they claim they don’t know how to resolve. Steve Greenberg and Lois Whitman-Hess interview an adulterer on “Lying on the Beach On Camera.”

Videos Tell The Story

I hate to bring this up, but will the Covid-19 vaccine do more harm than good? Tell me what you think.

I can’t stand it when people tell me that we can’t count on a great many millennials to vote this November. We have to get them to the polls. Send them this video. It might help.

Relentless Rain In Miami This Weekend

Love Notes

Movie theaters across the country are becoming town criers. Locals love the fact that their favorite marquees are providing encouraging thoughts. Everyone loves to hear from an old friend in time of need. The New York Times and Yahoo did stories on the subject. Links to the articles are below the photos.