This article from the Baltimore Sun:
We hunkered down, worked from home, wore masks, shopped online, did virtual school (the whole time), joined a pandemic pod, avoided large gatherings, ate outside, and my husband and I got vaccines the second we were eligible. Yet, as I write this, our 8-year-old daughter is upstairs in her room, under a fort of blankets, with a sore throat, fever, cough and a confirmed case of COVID.
Where did we go wrong?
It’s a simple answer. You adopted a religious mentality and believed that if you were a pious Covidian who practiced all the tenets of the faith, you and your family would be spared.
In reality, a highly communicable airborne virus will do what a highly communicable airborne virus will do, a Covidian Niqab not withstanding.
Nature takes its course and it is the height of hubris to believe that a cloth mask and grocery delivery will stop that.
But I honestly hope your kid gets better, because unlike Covidians, I recognize that getting COVID isn’t a punishment for the faithless but just what happens when a highly communicable airborne virus is present in the population.