Listen up, Gothenburg. We are facing a crisis of overloading our healthcare system locally and across the state because we’re not taking this pandemic seriously. Since March, Gothenburg Health has worked diligently to protect our community, but it’s clear that “pandemic-fatigue” has set in, causing many to get lazy in their response.
Over the past four years, President Donald J. Trump has adopted a tough, principled stand against China’s communist regime. During his time in the White House, President Trump has been unafraid to call out the Chinese Communist Party and the government—the People’s Republic of China (PRC)—for its responsibility for the global pandemic, human rights abuses, and unfair trade practices.
Rural communities that are vibrant, growing, and healthy, enjoy a handful of similar resources. One is access to education, and another is access to healthcare. Ask yourself this question: “Would I move my family to a community that does not meet my needs and expectations as they relate to education and healthcare?” The answer is NO!
In a typical year, the six months from the start of spring to the start of fall fly by: we celebrate summer breaks, family vacations, weddings, and graduations; crops are planted and grown, and harvest begins. These last six months could not have felt more different. Almost every portion of our lives was somehow impacted by the coronavirus and our efforts to fight it. To get back to “normal,” we have work to do.