Ulysses Everett McGill
- Aug 26, 2011
It's much easier to protect the essential service workers if the vast majority of other people aren't also around. Like on NZ's buses - only boarding through rear door, no one sitting in front 2 rows, no cash accepted, etc. And if those workers aren't able to get to work, you're exacerbating the problems immediately, making it much more difficult to get a handle on it.These are the inherit problems with the lock downs, vastly increase chances of infecting all your essential service workers through the transportation system. Or do a shorter lock down where transportation system is non existent. This is the balancing act i was talking about.
Obviously I agree with you that it's a balancing act.