Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
This is no time to take risks and, I feel, no time to travel. The eclipse of November 30 will make you want to pack and go, but think twice. If you must travel, make sure you are not heading into a hotspot. Most countries and states have requirements to quarantine, which you will need to factor into your time away and also when you get back home.
After Jupiter and Pluto meet this month, they will tip their hats to one another and say goodbye, not to meet again in conjunction for 13 years, not until February 2033. If you are curious, during the Spanish flu of 1918, Jupiter and Pluto were in tight conjunction just as they are in 2020. People then did the same thing we do—social distance, wash hands, and wear masks. See the old fashioned black and white and sepia toned news photos online. You may assume you have nothing in common with people alive in 1918, but you will see, they were so much like us.
You may hear an important announcement of a possible treatment or a vaccine, and this news may surface during the last week of December but more likely by January 12, 2021, yet it will take time for the drug companies to have it distributed. I hear the medicines currently being tested in all the firms have to stay cold in the doctor’s offices and drug stores, so that is one stumbling blocks that would have to be worked out due to the quantities involved.
Be sure to wear your mask in November with such a strong spike coming. Doctors wear masks when they do surgery to protect you. According to many experts, masks are still your best protection. Some scientists say a mask can protect you far more reliably than any vaccine, which might only be 50% effective. In the meantime, pare down your holiday celebrations—you are close to seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. Realistically, we will be wearing masks for a long time during 2021.