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Q: How's life in china during this trying times?

6 weeks 1 day ago in  General  - Other cities

 
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Overall, business as usual. The only difference is you do many things wearing a mask. That's really it.

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What trying times? Life is as normal as Chinese life can beand has been since I arrived 8 years ago. Covid is nothing more than a seasonal flu at this point. 

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There are no trying times. The only thing that is trying is all the whingers losing their minds and trying to virtue signal that they are so in touch with the virus zeitgeist and how it is hardship beyond imagination. Soft pricks need to harden up and stop being sooks.

It's another virus that kills some people. We have hundreds of them and they don't even come close to the mortality rates of heart problems, obesity, road deaths, diabetes and a dozens of other issues that kill people.

Wear a mask to protect others from you, give them peace of mind and do something minimal for your own protection, wash your hands, eat well, exercise and drink hot water...and stop whining.

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