There are some people who still aren't taking COVID-19 seriously, even though statistics are showing they should. The result of people who think this virus isn't life-threatening could result in not only them losing their life but someone they love becoming ill.

For example, a 30-year-old man in San Antonio passed away because he wanted to see if Covid-19 was a hoax. The chief medical officer Dr. Jane Appleby of Methodist Hospital made a chilling statement about the man's last words.

Whether you're healthy or not COVID-19 isn't a joke, something that can be cured or prevented from, yet.

The man's identity continues to remain anonymous because of privacy laws. A young and healthy Texas man died testing his luck after attending a "COVID Party" someone hosted.

Apparently certain people who tested positive host a "COVID Party" spreading the virus around.

In my opinion, someone who pulls a stunt like that should go down for murder and be given a prison sentence.

There are some Texans who are ruining certain privileges for us because they aren't taking COVID-19 seriously. I mean if the words about wearing a mask and staying safe come out of a doctor's mouth should mean something, right? Apparently not.

Who knew that face masks would become a political matter because of the people who are anti-masks. Governor Greg Abbott already warned Texas that we could face a lockdown if Texans don't mask up. Hell, there are people who are masking up for the sake and hope to enjoy Halloween.

Please wear your mask, practice social distancing, and stay home to avoid adding on to the positive cases in Texas.

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