Too Early for a So-called Solution
Housebound for 39 days. No walks outside. Nothing/ Just four walls and a dream that one day this will be over. It does not sound realistic what this administration is trying to do which is somehow get people back to work in locations other than their home.
Death is on their Hands
New York seems to be thought of as the city that is getting hit the hardest because of such a dense population. Less than 2 months ago we were told that there was a very small chance of catching the Coronavirus. We felt mislead, because within a few days after that the amount of cases increased at an incredible rate and shortly after that people started dying. New York City has had over a 100,000 cases and over 9,000 individuals dying. That’s a long ways more than we were told which was a small chance of catching it. And tell the families of the 9,000-plus of those dead that they caught a disease for which there was a small chance of catching.
We will Not be Fooled Twice
So now we’re back to where we started in a sense which is that we are being told by this administration that they have a plan to safely get New Yorkers out of their homes. Excuse us that the majority of us don’t believe in the plan. We have learned from our last experience not to trust our so-called leaders and it feels like we are being sold the same old nonsense. Clearly the aspect that has not been figured out about this next “plan” is that even if the at-risk population stays in their homes they could still easily catch it through a younger person being a carrier. We’re not going to let this administration kill more of us. Why? Because Manhattan-ites are all in this together.