COVID 19 Information

With the COVID 19 illness continuing to spread rapidly in many areas of the world it is prudent that everyone take precautions. This short article provides some COVID 19 information.

There is a tremendous amount of disinformation on the internet regarding COVID 19. The first thing that each one of us should do is seriously monitor our sources of information. For example, in Canada I would strongly recommend that readers limit their information sources to legitimate media like CBC News, CTV News, Global News, as well as printed or electronic versions of well known and professionally written newspapers and periodicals.

It is critical to remember that people who claim the existence of ‘fake news’ when criticizing professional reporting in legitimate media, are themselves, the most prone to disseminate egregious false and misleading statements.

Here is a link to the Canadian government’s official information about COVID 19.

In keeping with Canadian government recommendations to limit in-person social contact, we are suspending all onsite client work until at least the middle of April. We will also be curtailing photographic visits to high density public locations.

We do intend to continue to post new articles on this website on a regular basis. These new postings will be primarily limited to those that we can produce using our existing inventory of photographs.

Please do your part to help prevent the spread of the COVID 19 virus by adjusting your in-person social contacts and practicing diligent personal hygiene.

Article is Copyright 2020 Thomas Stirr. All rights reserved. No use, duplication or adaptation of any kind is allowed without written consent. If you see this article reproduced anywhere else it is an unauthorized and illegal use. Posting comments on offending websites and calling out individuals who steal intellectual property is always appreciated!

2 thoughts on “COVID 19 Information”

  1. Good on you, Thomas!

    As a farmer, I’ve been “voluntarily self-isolating” for years. 🙂 But it looks like our local Saturday Market will be closed, and there goes about 30% of our income.

    If we all volunteer for a minor haircut, that might mean that no one has to get their head shaved.

    1. Hi Jan,

      I agree… when we all pull together and do our part, each of us may give up a little for the larger good. When joint effort works, we all benefit afterwards.

      Tom

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