Is Georgia serving as a test platform in order to see how reopening will work without the support of adequate testing?

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  • 3 months ago
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    Yes, and when the virus flares again, they'll be locked down even tighter. I like Lili's example of Italy. In France, people have to have a letter saying that they've recovered from the virus to even leave their house. 

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  • Squid
    Lv 7
    3 months ago

    GA has adequate testing.  All states do.

  • Lili
    Lv 7
    3 months ago

    No, dear, this isn't some official "test platform". This is just the decision of a governor with the intellect of a garden-variety gnat, someone who didn't issue a stay-at-home order in a timely manner in the first place.

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  • 3 months ago

    "Adequate testing" = whatever Democrats can think of to prolong the lockdown. We know how Democrats' demands will evolve, you're not fooling anyone. What happens if a person is infected seconds after passing their test. That will be the next excuse Democrats will come up to extend the lock-down.

    • Lili
      Lv 7
      3 months agoReport

      Yeah, sweetie, whatever lets you moan. So boring. It's not even a "lockdown," just a "stay-at-home" order or mere advisory.. You want to see a REAL lockdown? Visit northern Italy. I have friends and colleagues there. Whining like yours would have them spitting at your naivete and stupidity. Idiot.

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  • Dze
    Lv 7
    3 months ago

    the world made it this far throughout history without a fckin test lol ..

    • Lili
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      3 months agoReport

      You don't know much history, do you? Do you think strict quarantines never existed in the past?  Are you crazy?

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