In anonymity, in crowded spaces in the late afternoon in Campo Grande, people are not afraid to say that they do not see problems in sharing tereré and attending places of agglomerations throughout the city, despite the dramatic numbers of covid-19 throughout Mato Grosso do Sul Without informing the name, many say they do not feel responsible at all for the progress of the disease.
O Campo Grande News was at Orla Morena this Thursday (01) to check the circulation of the population. Among the people approached, all preferred to remain anonymous and say that they have a “clear conscience” in relation to the pandemic.
“There are many people who promote other types of agglomeration and clandestine parties. Here is an open place and I have known my friend for a long time, I do not feel guilty about the increase in coronavirus cases ”, said a woman who shared tereré with her friend. “The buses, for example, are all overcrowded and nobody does anything, it does transmit the disease”, asked the drink companion.
There are plenty of excuses to justify the lack of awareness, a couple who also preferred to keep their identity confidential, said that they take measures on a daily basis to prevent the proliferation of the disease, although they are also taking tereré in a busy place.
“We take care, we go here just to exercise, the tereré is just for the two of us, we don’t give it to anyone, we live together so I don’t see any problem with that,” said the boyfriend.
Thursday is the day of the traditional fair of Orla Morena, which considerably increases the number of passers-by in the place. Several customers at the fair came across people who use the space to practice physical exercises, most without a mask.
Covid numbers – With 20 more deaths confirmed this Thursday (01), Campo Grande reached the mark of 1,906 lives lost to the covid-19. The virus has already infected 85,651 people, there are 759 residents in isolation and 624 patients hospitalized with the disease.
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