I'm in quarantine again (aka staycation) for the sixth time in two years. Whether it is voluntarily decided or forced to accept it, most parts of the world have coexisted with the virus, and almost only where we are, people will still be quarantined like this. Is this because we are particularly advanced, particularly backward, and particularly cherish life, or is there another reason? Are these policies scientific, fair and reasonable? For example, during the two-week quarantine period, how many people became ill in the second week? If so, was it infected in the hotel or before arrival? Who are the exceptions to the quarantine policy and why? Two years have passed, the vaccine has come out, and there are a lot of data for reference. Are we worth isolating from the world for "epidemic prevention"? We will not discuss any of the above. The will of the Holy Spirit is of course reasonable, and there is nothing to doubt it. In fact, I didn't feel that isolation was uncomfortable. I regarded it as staycation, Ah Q in the 21st century. I just think it's a waste, a waste of time, money, and even more resources, but I'm someone who pays close attention to all three.
You just don’t have a choice in hotel quarantine. As soon Photo Restoration Service as you enter the door, it is filled with all kinds of materials. You don’t touch it. After the quarantine, they will still throw them all away. So every time after the hotel isolation, I have to bring a bunch of bottled water, toilet paper, garbage bags, etc. when I leave, and I don’t use it often. Quarantine again and accumulate more supplies. It's a little funny but not a joke, I'm still using the toilet paper left over from the last quarantine. Takeaway lunch boxes are even more wasteful. Taiwan is better, at least it is made of paper. In Hong Kong, plastic and styrofoam have been used for many years. How could it not fill up all the landfills? The only thing I can do is ask the hotel to cut the three meals into one, wash the take-out box and others, and go to the green area to recycle before leaving the hotel before going home. This time, I wanted to go a step further, so I didn’t want a meal at all (although the money won’t be refunded, so pitiful), and asked my family to bring me a rice cooker;
if you have a rice cooker, you can cook almost anything, and this is the case in the dormitory. Unfortunately, the hotel said that it was afraid of triggering the fire alarm and did not let the rice cooker into the room, and the plan failed. In fact, the small amount of steam in the rice cooker is no different from the electric kettle in the room, but I didn’t argue with the staff at all, probably because I was too considerate, didn’t want to embarrass the front line, and understood that it was inevitable under the bureaucracy. result. In short, pay enough homework, it is best to follow the guidelines 101% - the big boss said that there are exceptions to the discretion, anyway, criminal responsibility can be filed for exemption, otherwise it can be released - do everything to achieve the target (by the way, If it fails, you can change the indicator to "dynamic"). Others, such as civil rights, freedom, and environmental protection, are all placed on both sides, not to mention my rice cooker.