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    COVID 19

    Just checking in on everyone, seeing how everyone is doing. Hope everyone stays safe, healthy and has plenty of food and water.

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    Well, speaking for myself, apart from the counter measures implemented, so far we can't complain.

    Our family and kids are healthy and there is sufficient food and water. Me and my wife are still able to work, although it is the question for how long this will continue.

    Our kids (11 and 13 years old) are happy and enjoying their sudden "Holiday" as the schools are closed - although we don't allow them to get too close to other kids anymore for the moment.

    On the other hand, the media is warning us with disturbing news from countries like Italy and also the number of deaths in our country keeps rising. Very surrealistic.

    I am afraid this is only the beginning here, but we remain positive as we can only limit the risks as much as possible (using common sense).

    What will happen next, we can only guess by looking at the rest of Europe, where the situation got worse and worse. And in the Netherlands, the government is quite slow in my opinion, in taking counter measures.

    Although I can also understand they have an incredible tough job, especially in this situation. A complete lockdown of the country does not seen to do any good, according to the 'experts', it would also cripple the economy beyond repair.
    Last edited by Man of Steel; 03-17-2020 at 03:03 PM.

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    I'm glad things are relatively calm where you are. Our government was also very slow in taking measures.

    I am a healthcare worker in New York and it's quite scary as masks and protective equipment supplies are low.

    Locking down the country appears drastic, but at this point may be necessary. If anyone justifies keeping borders open to prop up the airline industry and economy, you won't have to worry about that. There won't be people alive to spend money for an economy if you don't close borders now.

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    I hope all UCP's friends and family are doing well in these challenging times. We can make it through this; but it is time for drastic action.

    South Korea may be a model; their government and public health agencies acted aggressively, and decisively. We should learn from their example.

    Be well everyone.

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