Should my family move to a small town until the pandemic is over?
We currently live in a big city here in the east coast, but due to the pandemic things seem somewhat scary and unsure. My husband and I now work completely remote and have a young daughter. We are thinking of moving to a town thats more rural a few hours away for the next few years until that pandemic is over. It will be cheaper there, and we will only have about 30,000 people in the town. I am wondering if it will be a shock however.
- HAPPY PUPPY!Lv 72 months ago
You can still catch the virus. You can pass away. Stay here. Its not that bad.
- Anonymous2 months ago
ONLY about 30,000? That's a lot of people. I don't think you would be any safer in a town that big.
- MurzyLv 72 months ago
Many people have done that.
- ?Lv 62 months ago
Wyoming is sparsely populated and has a very low infection and death rate from "covid". Might consider a place in that State.