posted on Sep, 1 2021 @ 07:06 AM
In Holland there are no lockdowns and very little restrictions. I'm currently renting a little cottage with my wife's family at a campground & water
park. Had a blast riding the slides and hanging out in the pool all day yesterday. No social distancing, everyone crowding together on the slides,
making physical contact. No masks, no one asking to see vax passports, no vid tests being administered... and no vid outbreaks! What a shocker.
About to head back to the water park with my wife to destroy my tail bone some more (the cylindrical segments of the tubes never line up properly,
hah). I will say that this water park is far cleaner than any I have been to in America. I don't know if that is indicative of the quality of service,
the quality of patrons, or both. I believe it is both, and have been impressed with how well behaved the children are, how respectful the guests are
of one another, and how respectful the staff is towards the patrons.
Anyway, just providing some insight into the vastly different ways the vid situation is being handled by different peoples in different nations.
I hope that things continue to improve for you, musicismagic, and hope that things continue to improve in Japan. It has been good to see Japan taking
a serious interest in Satoshi Ōmura's creation, Ivermectin, and I hope to see continued progress with the use of Ivermectin in Japan.
All my best to you and to your loved ones.