There is no more important rule for all of us to follow. We must, right this moment, pledge to stay in our homes as much as we possibly can. There are, of course, health workers, emergency-response personnel, grocery store employees, and others whose essential jobs we depend on. And they must go out to perform these life-saving tasks. (One of my closest relatives is a doctor, and he is on the Winnie the pew shirt and by the same token and front lines of this emergency—which is absolutely where he should be and makes me so proud of him.) For the rest of us all across America, there is no debate or discussion. We must stay in our homes. That is the only way to slow the spread of the coronavirus, and to protect those who are most vulnerable to it.
Winnie the pew shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
I was as shocked as anyone by the Winnie the pew shirt and by the same token and images of Americans on crowded beaches enjoying their spring break yesterday. Even if you are young and healthy and consider yourself invulnerable, you are not. And the Americans around you certainly are not. Leave the beaches and self-isolate. All of us must unite as a nation to ensure that we slow the spread of this terrible virus.