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Old 03-31-2020, 10:00 AM
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Originally Posted by Dr Winston O Boogie jr View Post
I get what Gainesville is trying to do, but we are adults and should be able to follow a simple idea like staying six feet away from one another. The question begs, what is Gainesville going to do if people cross the lines?

In New York City, huge crowd gathered to see the hospital ship and people were on top of one another. Are New Yorkers really that stupid?

This led the city of New York to announce that it will begin fining people $500 if they don't maintain six foot distances.

Is Gainesville next with fines?
Name any store that anybody practiced 6’ distance, in TV. There are none. Gainesville is stepping up to take care of issues that we have here, of masses crowded into store’s inches apart. Some try to keep distance, but you will just get run over.

It was the city that asked businesses to help, while not mandated, anyone We encountered was happy to keep their family safe, themselves, the many health care workers and first responders safe.

My post was to inform that other places are more than a step above. As far as fines, since it’s not a law, and residents want to keep as many people safe, I applaud them.
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