At this stage, we all have a responsibility to make sure we don't get sicker than we need to get. But testing positive *now* isn't some moral failing and we shouldn't look at it this way. Testing positive *after refusing to get vaccinated*? Different issue.
I tested positive for COVID on Sunday. As an ultra-cautious, triple vaccinated, always-masker I was shocked and very afraid. To my surprise, I also felt ashamed. And embarrassed. How could *I* have let this happen? How could *I* have put my family at risk? cont'd...
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This is the problem, far too many people treat covid as a social stigma, and this is where larger problems around vaccination and restrictions develop. Getting sick doesn’t change your social status, you don’t become “one of them,” and it’s nonsense that it’s treated like that.
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I wonder how it got to be that way…

Dec 31, 2021 · 2:25 AM UTC

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