For all those under 65 year olds who feel bullet proof.
Don't have elders they care about, and just wanna return completely to normal.
A news piece on a 41 year old father of two who had to be put of a respirator for 16 Days in Auckland.
"[I] started coughing, started vomiting, breathing became difficult, and then that's when the doctor came and told me that we're going to put a ventilator in you."
The 41-year-old father-of-two did not fit the profile of a person at high risk.
He had no underlying health conditions but the virus impacted so much he thought he would never breathe again.
Sanjay spent almost a month in hospital, most of it in intensive care and had to miss his daughter's 11th birthday.
"She blew the candle and she made a wish that Daddy comes back to life today."
Then an article on 26 year old nurse.
Newsroom understands the nurse is just 26 years-old but is seriously unwell, with low oxygen in her blood, meaning she is hypoxic and is on oxygen. She is not in ICU at this stage.
She becomes the fourth Waitakere Hospital nurse to test positive in less than two weeks.
Best wishes for her recovery.
My heart goes out to the nurse and her family, as it does to all those who have lost loved ones and almost lost loved ones under conditions where there was little capability to comfort and be comforted.
I'll certainly enjoy the extra freedom when we do go to level 2 , whenever we do.
With caution it will be ok if people are responsible and care for others , not just themselves.
I see that Korea is having to go back to tamping down outbreaks in nightclubs.
There are some great sacrifices with cultural practices, be it big Weddings, Clubbing or stag parties.
I do hope those Kava clubs reconsider they way they do things as we have had to in many other areas.
We will be fine, if we act sensibly in level 2.
Not great, there is a global economic crisis of great magnitude no matter what.
There is more to life, and learning a few repair and make do skills, exercising some charity and helping others will see us through I hope.