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Agree 100% - but I say 30 days - 2 weeks is barely
Posted by Linda_H/FL of FL on 7/25/20 1:03pm Msg #32155
the self-isolation protocol...but I agree with this...

"If the hot spots states such as CA, FL, TX and alike were on 100% lockdown planned out for 2 weeks, I believe it would turn around. That means to give everyone time to buy food, meds and that's it. Total shut down, including all essential workers except medical and police.
No gas, no groceries, no food, no drug stores open, no banks and notaries, we are locked down. After the 2 weeks pick up where you left off. I know that would never work, so we just do like we are, but th only thing I can think of the flatten the curve again."
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Messages in this Thread
 "How can a disease with 1% mortality shut down the US?" - JanetK_CA on 7/24/20 12:25am
 Another perspective - Lee/AR on 7/24/20 8:47am
 This is interesting. It's certainly not about just the -  MW/VA on 7/24/20 9:13am
 One word answers your question... "Fear" - Linda_H/FL on 7/24/20 11:52am
 Actually, I think "Fear" is irrelevant in this case. -  JanetK_CA on 7/24/20 9:20pm
 Re: One word answers your question... "Fear" - Luckydog on 7/25/20 12:17pm
 Agree 100% - but I say 30 days - 2 weeks is barely - Linda_H/FL on 7/25/20 1:03pm
 Re: Agree 100% - but I say 30 days - 2 weeks is barely - Luckydog on 7/25/20 8:23pm
 Re: "How can a disease with 1% mortality shut down the US?" - shooterclay on 7/24/20 8:45pm
 Yes. Great comparison. We shouldn't forget those, either. -  JanetK_CA on 7/24/20 9:24pm
 Re: Yes. Great comparison. We shouldn - shooterclay on 7/29/20 3:59pm



 
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