I did the coronavirus test in the nearby clinic. As I am not in the country that my passport is registered in, I would need to send my results to the embassy and wait for the result. That being said, it is a difficult journey. I have not been active for full hours one because of sleep but also because of days of traveling in 1-hr trips between my house and the clinic.
The embassy has a "rule", in which the coronavirus test must be submitted there within 12 hours of the result being undisclosed. My parents got it with an easy procedure, but I would have to have something more difficult in order to just get my result.
When I am back, it is already over 12 hours since the result is clear. I tried to submit the result out of desperation, and the embassy verified the result despite it is outside of the 12 hour range.
What does this tell us? Rules sometimes just make you better, it is not 100% black and white.
For example, the Bible tell us to not have sex before marriage, not watch pornography, and not commit adultery. With common sense, of course, you could do those, but they could potentially make you less loyal in a commited relationship, which makes you a less trustworthy person.
For another example, the Bible tells us not to eat shrimp or pork, but that is just because they have yet to have a procedure to make them as clean as other kinds of food, and since the Bible is basically an engraved book, it could not live long enough to see when the FDA can make pork and shrimp as healthy and clean. In other words, at the time the bible is written, those foods are unclean, which, if you eat it, will make you sick, thus live a subpar life.
Another example is that swearing or insulting is bad. It is? Yes, but saying "fuck" one time probably won't land you in hell immediately. The more you swear, the harder it is to people to approach you in a polite manner, which would mean you will live a life without companions. There are rationalities of All things in Theism, some of them outdated, but all of them could be considered at the time they were written with at least an indirect reason.
So BrotherDT, stop interpreting the Bible so literally that when we just eat a kind of food we would go to hell.
So Radical atheists, stop nitpicking the Bible with those rules, you guys have much better stuff to do.