Concern about numbers

I read the letters (on Castanet) as they have opinions I respect, even if I feel differently.

They are helpful and sometimes, though I am vaccinated I know I am not going to change the world.

I just know that the stats are not correct. I have had many friends who went for Covid-19 tests after their friends supposedly had Covid. They weren’t tested, but told to go home and they were logged in as having Covid.

The length of this (pandemic) has made people lazy to report real information.

I’m not an anti-vaxxer, I’m an old man with respiratory issues. My daughter is 21. A superstar recoding tech, at OUC as a teacher.

I feel like we are being pushed into a corner as Canadians to not live with this issue anymore. The (virus) has taken our way to live. I know that we are tired and if I have to die by getting this, mabey it’s a world cull.

If I have to go in order to (have fewer) people on this earth, I’ve had a better life than many. I lived in the 1970s, I grew in the 1980s before the Internet. I had to figure out guitar parts by sound and not from You Tube.

I’m not complaining, just saying that I had a great time.

We all just want to live normal lives.

Troy Prevost

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