Das Unkle wrote:
Das Unkle wrote:
You are incorrect. NYC and NJ are forcing businesses (restaurants, gyms, etc.) to close at 10pm. Cuomo is prohibiting PRIVATE residences from having gatherings with more than 10 people. I tested negative in my school 2 weeks ago, but because a student in my class tested positive, I was told that I had to quarantine for 2 weeks, not leaving the house for any reason other than emergencies, to get tested or to go to a doctor. This isn't beyond the scope of a government?
Again, these isolations are not enforced. You are a free man -- but you prefer to pretend you are.
Woe is you, etc, etc, etc.
What a lame brain you are.
Businesses going under, millions of jobs lost, massive food lines, tens of millions of people to be evicted from their homes -- all because of these enforced lockdowns. AND you make such an incredibly stupid comment
By the way, Unkle, why do you have massive food lines over there? Because over here, even under lockdowns. we don't have massive food lines and people who are evicted from their homes. Weak public sector, or?
Did not say we had them here. Yet. Although food pantries are (unlike hospitals) are being overwhelmed.
In a study based on predicted job and wage loss, the Aspen Institute Financial Security Program and the COVID-19 Eviction Defense Project projected that 19 to 23 million renters in the United States are at risk of eviction through the end of 2020, representing up to 21% of renter households. Similarly, Amherst Capital, a real estate investment firm, estimated in June that 28 million households (64 million people) are at risk of eviction.
What, a society near breakdown. It must be big structural problems. But you have ordinary food shops? No, you have these gigantic food-chain stores. Not in ordinary walking distance, It is healthy to walk. And to run. You have a lot to do in your society when this pandemic is over. But, Unkle, I answered your questions about the deathtolls in Sweden. They were satisfying, I hope?