Erika even admitted that she and her friends did not use face masks.
Corona virus pandemic that has plagued most of the world requires many countries to impose a policy of limiting activities outside the home, also known as Lockdown. But almost three months have passed, many countries began to relax the provisions in order to turn the wheel of the economy back.The easing was welcomed by various reactions from the community. Some went straight out of the house to celebrate their freedom day. There are also those who choose to stay at home because they are not sure the Covid-19 virus has really disappeared.The first act was carried out by a woman named Erika Crips and 15 of her friends when they decided to go to the bar to celebrate the lockdown revocation. Unfortunately for the woman and the 15 friends who actually contracted the Covid-19 virus.
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Comes Pas When Disinfected
Erika was tested positive for the COVID-19 virus after celebrating the lockdown revocation with 15 of her friends in Jacksonville, Florida.He and his friends went to the Irish Lynch Pub and they were most likely exposed to the place. Currently the pub is temporarily closed for cleaning and spraying disinfectants. The Irish Lynch Pub also said it would temporarily close its premises if a staff member was found to be positive COVID-19.Local Health Officers reported that Erika and her friends had experienced symptoms of COVID-19 for eight days, she explained to News4Jax.
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Can Only Regret
Erika said that she and her friends were very happy because they were finally allowed to leave after months of being at home. He also said that he regretted having gone out and admitted that what he thought was invisible was not so scary.He claimed to be very careless and added, “lockdown revocation and believe everyone is fine, we instead take advantage of it for fun.”Erika even admitted that she and her friends did not use face masks.
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Give an Appeal
As a result of these careless actions, Erika and 15 of her friends had to fight the COVID-19 virus. He appealed to the whole community to continue to use masks and apply social distancing.”It’s too early to open everything again,” Erika said, quoted by Mirror UK, Wednesday 17 June 2020.In the United States alone, there have been more than 118,000 deaths from the COVID-19 virus since the start of the pandemic.The US has so far confirmed 2.16 million cases of the COVID-19 virus.