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Great PaulVDV 2020-05-29 9:29

Hello Gy,
I don't have quite the same experience where I live.
A number of very old people I met on the street or in the store, showed a rather more panicky reaction when you had to pass each other. This compared to younger people. Perhaps more in the early stages of the corona crisis than recently.
Perhaps wearing the mouth mask is different from keeping distance. I have not yet experienced that the elderly do not keep the necessary distance.
I certainly can't say that of those in our society who do not belong to a risk group.
All the best, Paul

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Old 05-29-2020, 07:39 PM
GyurMaster GyurMaster is offline
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Hello Paul,

Maybe your society is more disciplined than mine.

Thank you for the answer!
Have a nice WE!
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Old 05-31-2020, 06:00 PM
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Hi Gy,

Today I heard in the news that a survey had determined that the population over 65 respected the measures the best.
I don't think that in general the Belgian population is very disciplined. The police had to close many private lockdown parties in recent months.
It also turned out yesterday that a Belgian prince traveled to Spain while the borders are still closed.
In Spain he was caught at a private party with far too many attendees.
Not even a prince takes up his responsibility !

All the best!
Paul
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