Coping with Coronavirus: A Personal Experience and The Response of an English Village
1 ; 1 ; in Month : May (2020) Article No : ssrj-v1-1001
Robert M Blackburn
Every country had been unprepared for the onslaught of coronavirus (Covid- 19), and there have been all sorts of problems. In England the essential services have continued to function, but with considerable difficulty. Hospitals have had to cancel almost all appointments, but struggle on with the absolutely necessary cases. Letters and milk are still delivered though not necessarily on every day. Rubbish collection continues but teams are reduced from three to two men, in order to maintain safe distances between the workers. Many shops stay open but with restrictions. The supermarkets have special layouts and limits on the number allowed in at any one time – when one person leaves another is allowed in. In all situations, the minimum safe distance allowed between individuals, other than family members living together, is ten feet.
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