BREAKING THE CHAIN. – What will happen to the One Day People’s Curfew on Sunday, March 22?

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BREAKING THE CHAIN: Let’s know the purpose of a one-day curfew. The life of the coronavirus is less than 2 hours on some surfaces, and the mass curfew is 2 hours, meaning that in those hours where the coronavirus is located, the points or points will not be touched and will automatically break the chain.

Let’s assume that many will not leave the office when they arrive home on Saturday night. The Sunday curfew will be effective from 9 am until 9 pm. Even if the curfew ends after 9 pm on Sunday night, the majority of the people do not want to assume that they will not leave the house.

That means, most people will be in the house 24 hours from 9 on a Saturday night + 10 hours = 34 hours on a Sunday night from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. (It is assumed that the person is out of the house at 7 am on Monday morning.)

Due to the 14 hour (or 34 hours if viewed above) public curfew, we are doing our best to protect ourselves and our family from the virus.

Each virus needs a HOST to survive. Here we call HOST, the human body. If the public does not receive HOST due to curfew, the spread of the virus will be prevented. It’s called … “BREAKING THE CHAIN.”

So everyone wants to join the people’s curfew and protect themselves, their families and their neighbors and our countrymen.

If this does not happen now, then there is no alternative but to face other drastic measures, such as LOCKDOWN in the future. (Currently, both Italy and Spain have the same status as LOCK DOWN.)

So, let us try honestly. Let’s break this chain.

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