From what I understand they are trying to make sure the hospitals don't become overwhelmed.
@Juxtapose Initially, yes, that was the given reason. That's why the Navy hospital ships were deployed and the makeshift field hospitals were erected. And then sent back and taken down when they treated a handful of patients AT MOST. The disease turned out to be less dangerous than initially feared. I don't blame anyone for overreacting (well, not much) when the scanty evidence available suggested "WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE!", but when time has proven you wrong, you need to admit and move on. But very few people on government payrolls are willing to do that, so we wind up here.
You are a genius!!! Yes, that disease was said to be very dangerous. It wasn't and now it's over. We should close some hospitals and go hug each other. Don't forget the tinfoil hat!!
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It's a lot harder to exercise the right to "breathe freely" with an acute respiratory infection than with a gauze mask. And yeah people can stay home if they're afraid, just like the Jews could hide under the floorboards if they were afraid of being sent to the gas chambers (well unless Hans Landa was on the case).https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0dAqhxfvlg
@Ad_Quid_Orator yah sorry I don't engage with paid trolls. Go waste someone else's time
Besides Joe Biden does not have the authority to make an absolute law if you could do that it would’ve already been done before this
President Harris... oh excuse me.. Biden... has a clear cut agenda for us, and in 4 years even Democracies will beg trump to get back in office
Viruses do not disappear, so that would be like "for EV er".
It would be more beneficial to use them for beneficiary work (chain gang)