If all the skilled labor dies, the business dies. All your left with are McDonald employees. lolThe thing about taking care of businesses is they are the job creators - no business, no jobs. No jobs, no money. No money, you can't buy from other businesses. Businesses go bankrupt.
It's a well defined cycle.
I think the people taking precautions here versus the life as usual type might be 50/50 if that.I’m in Southern California. People are indeed staying home. Families are walking. Parks are empty. Traffic is gone. The stock in stores is returning.
When I was in physical therapy for my shoulder joint replacement I was chatting with a guy that tore his rotator cuff (or whatever it was), he was getting in his truck (dump truck I think) and fell messing up his shoulder. I asked him if he was using three points of contact - "yes I was but the door handle broke..." Ouch.I remember when Coca-Cola was getting after me for the way I got out of my truck. “You’re not using three points of contact!” I would remind them that I safely got out of my truck for 35 years and that was my authority....
Personally, I don't think governments are doing enough.What does this virus situation look like in order for lock downs to be lifted? I feel like its a bit of a political game where the Mayors, Governors, and President have no good end game for this pandemic. As long as it is present, it is politically risky to loosen the grip as they would be painted as not caring about people.
When will it be safe to lift the restrictions?