COVID Bubble

edited March 26 in COVID Check In

As heard on another forum

People in New Zealand including messaging from government officials use the term "Bubble" to describe a cluster of people who share isolation together. I haven't noticed any of that language here very much. Basically the idea was whoever you were with when the lockdown began you were supposed to bubble with


  • Which is only myself . I am my own bubble. Which I have been called that many times in college :(

  • You are loolking at New Zealand? Their cases and terminal patients are really low. I am not surprise. Man, this brings out my worst tendencies.

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