Social Distancing

“I can’t believe that you aren’t being more cautious,” the bystander, complete with a surgical mask and elbow length rubber gloves, said.

Rosie glanced up at her and shook her head in disbelief at the critic.

“Don’t shake your head at me.  Not one of you is keeping social distancing, and there isn’t a mask among you.”

I really don’t get these zealots, Rosie thought to herself. Can’t she see that we have herd immunity?

 

Padre

 

Crimson’s Creative Challenge #83

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