How can we do our share to ease this pandemic we are having now?

@chavezrmc (6095)
Philippines
April 1, 2020 10:34pm CST
As everyone is doing home quarantine but still a lot of people is going out for survival purposes. Is this the only way we can flatten the curve? What do you think can we do to contribute to lessen the infected? On my part, i stayed home, think that is the best for now. What's your thoughts on this.
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@Mamerto32 (2783)
• Canlubang, Philippines
2 Apr 20
For now, staying home is the most sensible thing. In this way we could help stop the spread of the virus.
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@chavezrmc (6095)
• Philippines
2 Apr 20
@Mamerto32 right now I am doing the same thing and trying to find some sites to earn and pass the time in a way that I can be productive.
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@chavezrmc (6095)
• Philippines
2 Apr 20
@Mamerto32 When people can see the government is serious to offenders then I am sure in no time things will be better as they will follow what is asked of them.
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@Mamerto32 (2783)
• Canlubang, Philippines
2 Apr 20
@chavezrmc I hope my other people could do the same. Although we are getting less lock-down offenders now.
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• Guangdong, China
2 Apr 20
no, it can't be flatten the curve if some are going out for survival purposes unless high grade face masks putting on and sterilize their clothes every day. Otherwise, the best way to keep this virus away from us is staying at home.
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@chavezrmc (6095)
• Philippines
2 Apr 20
@Behindtheguitarbar I can only hope that everyone would be doing their share. It's impossible not to go out when you don't have something to eat. Unless the government will supply it's people with food.
@chavezrmc (6095)
• Philippines
2 Apr 20
@Behindtheguitarbar Thanks for the advice. Hope this pandemic will end soon. How's the case in your place. Is it controlled now?
• Guangdong, China
2 Apr 20
@chavezrmc well, at least wearing a standard mask when going outside to pick up your necessaries, and keeping the distance from others. What's more, try to go back home as quickly as you can. Do not choose a public transportation unless you have no choice. That's it.
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@ShyBear88 (59306)
• Sterling, Virginia
2 Apr 20
Yes this is the only way. We will have lots of people getting sick first because of the wya the virus moves by staying in less interaction we are giving the virus less people to be host. So yes this should after the next 30 days show less. First we have to go up hill before we can go down hill.
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@chavezrmc (6095)
• Philippines
2 Apr 20
@ShyBear88. I hope after these days we really can see the difference. I know it's not easy for the whole world but complying on what the government asked us to do then I am sure this matters a lot. Stay safe in your end.
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@ShyBear88 (59306)
• Sterling, Virginia
2 Apr 20
@chavezrmc we are on lockdown for my family so we don’t have to comply with the ordinance in places since we can’t leave period. We can only receive things being left at the door.
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@chavezrmc (6095)
• Philippines
2 Apr 20
@ShyBear88 That is a right thing to do when things are getting out of hand. Most people usually go out to work and look for foods for family. That is why government should come to an aid so that people will stop going out.
@caopaopao (12395)
• China
2 Apr 20
I agree with you. I haven't been out of the house for nearly two months. My husband does shopping once in a while.
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@chavezrmc (6095)
• Philippines
2 Apr 20
@caopaopao. That's great. We are just in our 2 weeks of community quarantine and I am hoping that everyone will strictly follow it. Stay safe.
@yoalldudes (35040)
• Philippines
2 Apr 20
Staying home is all I can do for now and do my job during skeletal workforce processing documents for salary and wages, relief goods to the people, procurement of sanitation tools and supplies.
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@chavezrmc (6095)
• Philippines
2 Apr 20
@yoalldudes, the way I understand it, it seems that you are still doing your work. Happy for you and everyone who still does their jobs while staying home. My heart goes to the people who lost their jobs and is now having a hard time getting foods for their families. Hope things will be better in the coming days.
@chavezrmc (6095)
• Philippines
2 Apr 20
@yoalldudes Yes let's keep on praying and hope for better days. I will end soon. Stay safe.
@yoalldudes (35040)
• Philippines
2 Apr 20
@chavezrmc I believe and hope the food supplies and other stuff to be distributed will be coming in the following days. Some may have not yet been distributed fully immediately due to processing time like paperwork procurement and such. I go to work to be skeletal team so I am also exposed. But still I am lucky to have my job. Let's keep praying and hope for better days.
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@jimmy423 (245)
• Davison, Michigan
2 Apr 20
Staying home is the absolute best thing you can do right now. I stay home and every 2 or maybe 3 days I have to go back out to grab more things from the store, but that is it. Hope this is over soon.
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@chavezrmc (6095)
• Philippines
2 Apr 20
@jimmy423. Yeah I hope everyone would be doing the same thing so that we can do this as fast as when it comes. Frustrating it is now but I am doing my share in my own little way.
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@chavezrmc (6095)
• Philippines
2 Apr 20
@jimmy423 This is the best way we can. Earning and making use of our time.
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@jimmy423 (245)
• Davison, Michigan
2 Apr 20
@chavezrmc I just go online on here or other sites and just keep earning money to keep me busy and also to keep a little money coming in.
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