Traveling to troncones

by jaui @, Zihuatanejo, Monday, July 27, 2020, 17:50 (292 days ago) @ ZihuaRob
edited by jaui, Tuesday, July 28, 2020, 05:15

Before you delete your comment because of my criticism, why not try to defend your point of view based on something more than your "feelings".

Meanwhile the folks who are here sure appear to be enjoying themselves, especially the ones taking the simple but effective precautions as we will all likely to still be taking in a year's time.

Usually folks who live in a tourist community try to help promote its tourism, not sabotage it. Just sayin'...


That's YOUR interpretation, your criticism is to be expected, bickering is par for the course.
Oh, and feel free to delete my post. No big deal.

Oh, the current circumstances generated due to the contingencia sanitaria, I don't see as a "usual" situation in this or any other "tourist community".

A basic fundamental in health care is, as I stated:
PREVENTION, & doing all one can to AVOID getting ill in the 1st place, & keeping people well.

I have repeatedly heard the "experts" mention that increasing MOBILITY, which goes hand-in-hand when one travels, increases the likelihood that the virus will spread.
That has been proven to be the case in some areas when the mobility was increased in those populations. Cases increased.
As a result of that evidence, (and NOT by feelings) it accounts for the reason as to why I at this time, I don't promote, encourage, or advocate non-essential travel.

If anyone chooses not to believe the correlation between increased mobility and the increase in people getting infected, as many experts have stated, then go right ahead, your decision.

I support this statement made in a Lancet Medical Journal publication--->
"As we continue to grapple with the ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic on our health, society, and economy, we hope that our results will motivate both individuals and governments to make safe and data-driven decisions, and acknowledge the effect these choices have on all of our communities.

F.Y.I., let me add that:
I base comments I make on publications I read; many news programs and experts I hear on local, national, and International news type programs, that are in English or Español; as well as 1st hand observations, in other words, taking an objective approach based on facts, as much as possible, and AVOID injecting subjectivity such as "feelings", OR personal bias to my comments!
That simply is NOT my style.

Thanks for being so kind.;-)

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