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3. The Lock-down: Not having the ability to safely change colors like the chameleon in the fight or flight reflexes that homo sapience show when facing danger - the government saw goodness in the defensive mode of the tortoise – exactly like the Italians. Now, almost like the rights and privileges of Prince Phillip, everything was a no. Stay at home was the law and breaking that was only for essentials like shopping, work, or medicine. The world of gatherings e.g. holidays, cinema, live music, dances even building work was a no. But hospital staff and suppliers could gather, for if they didn’t we would not be living. While the hospitals brought about sadness alone apart from a few cheerful claps for recovered patients, the allowed supermarkets did fill YoutTube and TikTak with amusing videos. But, as if getting lessons from the stocks and shares, fear descended on the ordinary denizens and stocks there vanished too - for need and for later profit. However, the scarcity of masks and antiseptics was understandable, but not quite that of the toilet papers. Yes the lock-down did bring about an R0, but it was not without problems. A. Problems With The Lock-down For All: The Thought Changes: With pubs, gym and any leisure outing put off, people had both fear and no choice but to lock themselves up in their houses. Convicts know, being locked up does not bring about good feelings. It’s because of that both psychiatrists and psychologists know - a locked up mind doesn’t choose the normal route to decisions. And when it does so, phobia comes in. It changes to depression and when an opportunity comes in, it does a suicide of the mind and then of the body. Sadly death alone celebrates. But, the fear most people had wasn’t a phobia; it was real. Yes, the fear was of losing a job, of not being able to pay the mortgage, of food scarcity, of getting the disease, and of the death itself. As usual, poverty brought more tragedies than affluence did. All being equal, fear of having the disease and spreading it to one’s family gripped the hospital workers more. Let’s not forget the nursing home workers where the death occurred more. The Jobs: Not only companies upgrading ‘lay off’ to ‘furloughed’, but as if bringing capitalists and socialists together the company’s less earning would bring fear to the owner and the employee in unison. A wrong union for Marx! While doing an interacting job itself would bring fear of getting the disease, treating sick especially when unprotected would make the medics, dead body dealers, and cleaners rather shaky. While dealing with +ve patients would bring the fear of possibly being positive, the fear of transmitting it to families would bring in guilt too. Even animals didn’t feel good because of being unemployed. The Housing: While some corona +ve people would isolate themselves, seek no outside help fearing its transmission to families & neighbors, and die unnoticed and undignified, those living in crowded houses could see little meaning of keeping a safe distance in their ways. The Food: In the three necessities of life viz. food, clothing, and shelter, the allowed 1st even had its own woes. While supermarkets offered safe distance buy, and click and collect, the poor were having problems. Beyond the fear of not getting food, people actually did not have food like in Italy - if government or charities didn’t help. While low vitamin D level was a concern for the long term, high alcohol intake (30% rise) was the concern in the short term. While drinking and driving have always been dangerous, drinking and staying at home with stress would not be any less. Seeing a rise in domestic violence, almost airing ‘do as the Romans do’ Italians even invented a code for any woman to use in pharmacy while seeking help. . Abuse born by parents from kids, however, remains silent. Outside wasn't very good either. Although companies still maintained profits using Net and small staff, those that offered essential services like hospitals (doctors to cleaners), food, security, and postal services gave their staff no choice to work from home. In fact, they were the busiest people and were dangerously interacting with people but were given little protection. Patients got a raw deal too. Whereas the US poor didn't seek medical help fearing bills, adding disfavor to a sick NHS, oxygen lacking UK hospitals said no to admission seeking elderly. Apart from some clapping scenes of successful recovery, only sad news of increasing deaths of patients and +ve blood results of grossly unprotected staff came from hospitals. But, postal delivery that was put outside the doors, if not bills, still excited people. But then, opening them needed a battle cry - lest they are infected. Although they rarely shared the good news, the news from the nursing homes was worse. This is more so because elderly sick are sent there to die. To add more insult to injury, because of the paucity of diagnostic kits the actual number of positive cases are only the tip of the iceberg. Even the deaths may be attributed to other causes than viral infection. Yes, it sounds terrible but then, tracing two sides of the coin, this scary never-ending epidemic has brought in something good too.
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