Old 03-22-20, 09:57 AM
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wolfchild
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Complete lockdowns are not sustainable long term and it will do more harm than good to the economy and the entire population. Governments need to come up with a better strategy. They should only be targeting people who already have the symptoms and people who are in a higher risk category, you can't just put an entire population or an entire city under one massive house arrest and then threated them with fines and jail...The middle class and poorer class who live paycheque to paycheque and smaller businesses will suffer the most and the economic damage will take very long time to recover...Just yesterday one of our very popular conservation parks which is used for hiking and mountain biking has been shut down all because of few individuals who were breaking the social distancing rules and some were parking illegally and entering the park without paying. I don't think it was necessary to close an entire park, all they had to do was to enforce the rules and target those few irresponsible individuals who were breaking the rules.
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