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COVID-19 potential restrictions on riding?

Wingboy

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How bad does it have to get before the gov tells the people where, when and how?

@MacDoc .... im not permitted to have any interaction with you. Leave my wife out of any and all of your input.
 

Evoex

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Why can you go into Best Buy and shop? I saw that yesterday? "I really really need a new TV since I'm stuck at home"?
You can't browse in store, you order online and pick it up at the front.
 

MacDoc

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@MacDoc .... im not permitted to have any interaction with you. Leave my wife out of any and all of your input.
Well that's certainly a welcome positive change and happy to comply. :coffee:
 

Klaatu

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I don't know about Toronto, but out here there are still a couple of Tim Horton's that you can walk into, order and leave.
Most are drive thru only.
 

TwistedKestrel

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^ That doesn't make any sense. What difference does it make if you've gone to the store and picked up a child's toy or some other such thing that could be viewed as "non-essential" along with the groceries?

A bigger issue is that people use shopping as an excuse to get out of the house (which I can totally understand). Ok, I'll go to the grocer's this morning to buy one banana, and go again this afternoon to buy one litre of milk, and again this evening to buy one loaf of bread. They recommend buying a week's worth at a time.
Honestly, after buying groceries today, I'm ready to have it delivered for the rest of this affair. Kinda hope retailers will fine tune that side of their services, because right now it's busted for my area. Or maybe most areas.
 

pfbmgd

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How bad does it have to get before the gov tells the people where, when and how?

@MacDoc .... im not permitted to have any interaction with you. Leave my wife out of any and all of your input.

Who knows how bad it is ? No real newspapers reporting from hospitals . Television media reporting from home what the government tells them to . Most media on the payroll of the government . Army on stand by at Borden .

How much worse can it get .
 

Wingboy

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A lot. Good reason to stay at home. Anything a rider can do to keep supplies of ppe in stock for those that need them, is worth doing. If that means not riding for a month, so be it.
 

Brian P

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Honestly, after buying groceries today, I'm ready to have it delivered for the rest of this affair. Kinda hope retailers will fine tune that side of their services, because right now it's busted for my area. Or maybe most areas.
Grocery stores in my area have been coping okay. Longest line to get in that I've encountered has been two people in front of me.
 

Chris-CJ

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^ That doesn't make any sense. What difference does it make if you've gone to the store and picked up a child's toy or some other such thing that could be viewed as "non-essential" along with the groceries?

A bigger issue is that people use shopping as an excuse to get out of the house (which I can totally understand). Ok, I'll go to the grocer's this morning to buy one banana, and go again this afternoon to buy one litre of milk, and again this evening to buy one loaf of bread. They recommend buying a week's worth at a time.
Marooned in Mumbai ....
The lockdown here has become even more restrictive. Vehicles not allowed on the road, one-person shopping (no couples or families), on-foot shopping within a radius of 2km only, 5ft distancing, compulsory mask and no strolling around.
All of this vigourously enforced by the cops.
If you are on wheels (two or four) without a police permit, the vehicle is confiscated and if you get too cosy with people around you, you will be thrashed.

Guess that the Easter Bunny will be keeping his distance. On that note, Easter Greetings/Chag Sameach and stay safe.

"Be free from the gravity of expectation"
 

nobbie48

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I don't know about Toronto, but out here there are still a couple of Tim Horton's that you can walk into, order and leave.
Most are drive thru only.
If it's to use the crapper I'm OK with it. It should be in one door and out another, distancing etc.
 

nobbie48

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Marooned in Mumbai ....
The lockdown here has become even more restrictive. Vehicles not allowed on the road, one-person shopping (no couples or families), on-foot shopping within a radius of 2km only, 5ft distancing, compulsory mask and no strolling around.
All of this vigourously enforced by the cops.
If you are on wheels (two or four) without a police permit, the vehicle is confiscated and if you get too cosy with people around you, you will be thrashed.

Guess that the Easter Bunny will be keeping his distance. On that note, Easter Greetings/Chag Sameach and stay safe.

"Be free from the gravity of expectation"
Any idea of ETA at Pearson?
 

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