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Texas and Florida have walked back some of their openings. More masks, no open bars.
Our governor is an idiot. "We're going in the wron direction so we all need to do our part".
I would hate to be a governor now.
Some are behaving responsibly, some including ours, is more worried about their political future than lives. Some are trying their best to protect people, some are taking steps guaranteed to kill them off.
Not too many governors are 100% responsible. Ours is killing businesses and is being too timid. You say yours is killing people. There must be some middle ground.
Maybe a middle ground but I don't see it. There are 3 prongs. Lives, business and people's choices. If businesses open too much or too fast, they kill off their customers. If people refuse to cooperate, you kill off people. If people die, businesses will not survive because they have no employees.
The death rate is unbelievably low. No one expected that,
I like the awareness t shirt / bumper sticker idea: "Real Men Wear Masks".
But maybe a combination of public shaming and emphasis that 80% of all cases are asymptomatic (or pre-symptomatic) spreaders.
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