Social Distancing is Our Civil Duty to Save Lives

Why is it important to practice Social Distancing?

  1. Because we need to protect our elderly and the immunosuppressed, who are the most vulnerable to catching the virus and dying from it, especially if they have underlying diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, or pulmonary diseases.
  2. Because we need to give our healthcare system a chance to cope with this situation. If too many people get sick at once, hospitals and healthcare professionals will be overwhelmed by the situation, and as a result, many more people will die because there won’t be enough hospital beds and ventilators.

Social Distancing Truly Saves Lives

  1. where we move freely without any restrictions,
  2. where there’s a forced quarantine
  3. where a quarter of the population is allowed to move
  4. where only one in eight people is allowed to move.

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