NJ Governor urges 'social distancing' among family members at home
Posted 04 April 2020 - 02:56 AM
Governor urges 'social distancing'
even among families at home
'Even when you are at home, keep your distance between yourself
and other family members,' New Jersey's governor insisted.
Fri Apr 3, 2020
" NEW JERSEY, April 3, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) - The governor of New Jersey asked citizens to practice "social distancing" - staying away from other people - even while they are at home with their families in order to further combat the coronavirus pandemic.
"If you do not need to be out, then we need you to stay at home," declared Gov. Phil Murphy during a recent press conference. "Please, God, stay at home."
"And even when you are at home, keep your distance between yourself and other family members," added Murphy. "
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Posted 04 April 2020 - 03:05 AM
CNN touched on this the other day in a question and answer session.
A stewardess called to ask and they told her when she gets home to self-quarantine herself from the rest of her family in a different part of her home, use a different bathroom, take a shower and wash her clothes.
Posted 04 April 2020 - 03:11 AM
Yeah, she needs to buy a separate bathroom, kitchen and clothes washing stuff. They think the peasants can buy a million $'s a day of junk just like the insane US military does.
In Philippines they glorious peoples leaders tell everyone do not kiss your spouse. Such lunacy.
In Australia cops race their autos around on the grass in the city park to keep people from enjoying the park.
Posted 04 April 2020 - 03:14 AM
It's mostly liberal cultural marxists who advocate such draconian personal control.
They always loved a nanny state... and now they've created the nanny state from hell !
Yes, the gurus of oppression are very free (liberal) with their oppressive ideas, threats & actions.
Posted 04 April 2020 - 06:07 AM
THIS is NUTS !!
Walmart Will Limit Number of Customers in Stores Starting Saturday
April 3, 2020
" Walmart announced it will limit the number of people inside its stores at the same time during the COVID-19 pandemic.
All Walmart stores across the United States, starting on Saturday, will start to monitor the number of people who are allowed inside the store.
"Starting Saturday, we will limit the number of customers who can be in a store at once. Stores will now allow no more than five customers for each 1,000 square feet at a given time, roughly 20 percent of a stores capacity," according to a release.
Store employees will start a line at a single-entry door and will tell customers to go there to queue. They will then be allowed in the store one-by-one, according to the company.
"Associates and signage will remind customers of the importance of social distancing while they're waiting to enter a store-especially before it opens in the morning," the store wrote.
Customers will be admitted inside one at a time when a store reaches capacity.
"We'll also institute one-way movement through our aisles next week in a number of our stores, using floor markers and direction from associates. We expect this to help more customers avoid coming into close contact with others as they shop," the Arkansas-based retailer said.
"And once customers check out, they will be directed to exit through a different door than they entered, which should help lessen the instances of people closely passing each other," it said.
Some Walmarts this week have already started implementing the measures this week.
Epoch Times Photo Target has announced similar measures to curb the COVID-19 spread.
"We want to encourage customers to bring the fewest number of people per family necessary to shop, allow for space with other customers while shopping, and practice social distancing while waiting in lines. We're also seeing states and municipalities set varying policies regarding crowd controlwhich has created some confusion regarding shopping," the chain explained.
Target on Thursday announced a similar measure to promote social distancing as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) virus continues to spread.
The Minneapolis-based firm wrote in a news release that starting April 4, it "will actively monitor and, when needed, meter guest traffic in its nearly 1,900 stores nationwide to promote social distancing."
If a store has to limit shoppers, a "designated waiting area outside with social distancing markers" will be used, the chain said.
"The measures we're announcing today are aimed at ensuring we are creating a safe environment for the guests who continue to turn to Target, while also providing our team with additional resources as they fulfill an essential service in communities across the country," John Mulligan, Targets chief operating officer, said in a statement. "
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