A woman from the Houston area in the United States took health care too seriously. She did not hesitate to lock her 13-year-old son with Covid-19 in the trunk of his car to prevent any transmission of the virus.
Social distancing from the extreme. A 41-year-old mother in the United States could soon go to court because ofan extreme measure she took to protect herself from the coronavirus. If some take it too lightly and think of escaping it, as was the case with the Bogdanoff brothers who died a few days apart after contracting the virus, others apply certain rules that are a little too strict. Things happened in Texas, in the southern United States, where a mother carried his 13 year old son in his car trunk rather than just sitting her in the car. The reason ? He had caught the Covid-19.
According to American media relayed by Jean-Marc Morandini, the 41-year-old mother explained that if she isolated her son in the trunk of the car, it is above all to avoid being infected by the coronavirus herself. We know that the Omicron variant is particularly contagious and that it has contributed to exploding cases of Covid-19 for a few weeks. It is further explained that her teenage son had already been tested positive for coronavirus and that it was to take him to a screening site for a new test that he took the trip in the car.
The mother found it normal to lock her son in the safe
The most absurd remains that this action seemed, for the mother of the family, quite normal. Yep, when she got to the testing site, the 41-year-old said of herself that her son was in the safe. Enough to alert the police which quickly covered this matter. The 13-year-old boy, although suffering from Covid-19, was not injured during his transport. As for his mother, a teacher in a secondary school, for the moment it has been suspended from all forms of teaching. As a reminder, the health instructions put in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus do not mean that we must however put all common sense aside …
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