Should those people who have been identified as breaching lockdown rules and flocking to beaches etc pay a Pandemic Tax?
- audreyLv 74 weeks agoFavourite answer
Sure. Right along with ALL the protesters, looters and rioters who broke the same rules.
- AleshaLv 73 weeks ago
The one I go to has no beach patrol, no life guards and no police. So all that it relatively meaningless.
- OPsaltisLv 74 weeks ago
We should thank them for their service. They are helping with herd immunity.
- EdnaLv 74 weeks ago
No - people who flock to beaches shouldn't have to pay some sort of "Pandemic Tax". Those states that still insist on trying to impose lock-down rules need to stop it, and let people get on with their lives.
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- PearlLv 74 weeks ago
thats up to trump to decide
- JJLv 54 weeks ago
No tax, just a fine will be enough
- Common SenseLv 74 weeks ago
Not taxed, but perhaps fined for breaking curfews and being in prohibited places or not following social distancing protocal.
Locally, two brothers playing basketball by themselves, alone on the court, we're told to go home by the police. Whereas a few miles away, dozens of people were out on the beach breaking social distancing guidelines and unmasked, without any police telling them to go home!
If the police, from the start, we're stricter, this virus would not have spread so widely and rapidly.
- linkus86Lv 74 weeks ago
Perhaps if such a thing as a "pandemic tax" existed beforehand.
- BrianLv 74 weeks ago
Alot of places are adding in Frees because of covid, might was well charge them fees too.
- AnnLv 64 weeks ago
Yes, those business owners who are trying to put food on their family's table and stay afloat should be punished in some way, but not these protesters who aren't wearing masks and who are shoulder to shoulder.