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I am following Avia since 20 years by now. She is evolving in her website presentation, I do appreciate her still teaching and introducing her Self with today’s technology tools.
20 years ago She appeared to be very shy and you could have wonder “who’s that?”
There she is.
Bless you all and learn which is your Sign for today.
The number of people infected keeps going up day by day. The number of deaths is rising, too. However, the number of people willing to practice social distancing is not rising as fast as it should. The army has already been called in to help the NHS fight against the virus and take care of 1.5 million of the most vulnerable citizens. But it seems that won’t be enough.
Thousands of former troops are now being asked to help Britain fight the pandemic. Around 50,000 men and women listed themselves as Regular Reserves, where they could be asked to return to service in times of crises. Unfortunately, the frontline they are joining isn’t made up of an enemy but our own people.
Chief of the Defence Staff General Sir Nick Carter has said that these former soldiers could be looking at six months of service. The last time reserves were called back to a front was during the Gulf War.
The military is looking to call back troops who have relevant experience, in hospitals, warehouses, etc. The kind of skills that can help support people in this critical time.
Speaking about the need to call in ex-soldiers, former CDS General Lord Richards said: “There’s no doubt this is a major indicator of the resolve to use the Armed Forces effectively during this unprecedented crisis. Many regular reserve officers and soldiers have particular skills that our response to Covid-19 would benefit from.”
Using former soldiers is an effective idea and one that could help save many, many lives. However, at this time, we have to keep in mind that unless we begin to take the pandemic seriously there’s only so much anyone can do. The NHS is already overwhelmed by the number of people that are coming in for treatment.
It is time that we support our soldiers and make sure that their return to the forces is not in vain.
Oggi spendo due righe sul mio Canale. Voglio vedere se arrivano visite dagli Italiani. Nei miei video, vi racconto qualche storia di Sopravvissuti, agli attentati di Parigi, e vivo con voi la messa in Quarantena. I primi video sono datati marzo 2020. Mentre l’Italia era scioccata dal decreto di Giuseppe Conte, la Francia faceva sorrisetti sotto ai baffi. Cosi’ come l’Inghilterra, che fino al 23 marzo ci ha presi tutti per scemi. Piu’ o meno. Ora Boris sostiene che l’ha fatto per ritardare il piu’ possibile il trauma del sacrificio del confinamento.
Questo momento storico e sociale, me ne evoca un altro, e i corsi e i ricorsi della storia ci devono insegnare che “abbiamo una parte” da giocare anche noi.
Siamo gli attori, e non gli spettatori, di questa farsa. Certamente, fumarsi l’impossibile davanti a Netflix non aiuterà nessuno. Finiremo tutti nello stesso Ospedale Pischiatrico, e non ci sarà piu’ posto. Neanche per chi prima stava bene.