We Need a Flowchart People! – JusJoJan

Remember when the pandemic first started and all the guidance was so confusing? It isn’t any better now. No one knows what to do. Businesses and schools and government offices all have their own guidelines. Hospitals have theirs. It is all still so confusing and we are starting the third year in this pandemic.

I remember early on, people were making comparisons to the plague. It seemed so unbelievable that people locked away for two years. We scoffed at the idea.

All this confusion makes me think we need an old fashioned flowchart. Yes, no, if, and then questions. It is unbelievable how confusing and convoluted the decisions around masking, testing, isolation, quarantine, vaccination, boosters, rapid test, antigen, PCR, monoclonal antibodies, and social distancing still remain.

Let’s hope this third year will take us back to even just a little normality. Wouldn’t that be nice?

Written as part of Linda Hill’s JusJoJan.

Prompt word today (unbelievable) submitted by J-Dub from J-Dubs Grin and Bear It.

14 thoughts on “We Need a Flowchart People! – JusJoJan”

    1. The only problem, is that for positive tests, it simply says case management. That is just the tip of the iceberg.


  1. Oh I love a good flowchart. Would that there was one for what we’ve been through. I’m with you, I hope year three of this pandemic gets us back to something vaguely normal.

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  2. As of this Thursday (27th), all C-19 restrictions end in England, with the exception of all medical establishments, and on any transport system in London. No more compulsory masks, no more restricted gatherings, everything is open for ‘business as usual’.
    Let’s hope we don’t see a huge rise in deaths next month.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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