She initially had no intention of sharing her experience, but after continuing to see friends posting photos on social media while on vacation, youth sports leagues and other situations where social distance was not high, she changed her mind.
“If you don’t know that someone has tested positive for COVID-19, then you are fine!” She writes as an introduction to a social media post.
“It’s not an interesting experience, but it is very educational, and it does open up all of us to the spread of this virus.”
Klespies said she is a living proof that masks and other suggested preventive measures can work.
She said: “There is no doubt that I think that taking care of 3 people who are positive for COVID will definitely get this virus.” “The odds are not good for me. I voluntarily take the boy into the army because I have no other children at home and I don’t want others. The children exposed their family members. I am happy to report social problems through a firm cover. After the estrangement and disinfection, I received two negative tests with zero symptoms.”
Clespie said that she allowed her son to attend various graduation parties because they were arranged outside. What she didn’t learn until later was that young people took themselves outside to hang out and attend other larger parties.