May 7th, 2020--Do you think enforcing socialphysical distancing and requiring people to wear mask impacts a citizens amendment rights? Explain your answer.
5/7/2020 04:03:27 am
I think that it does not impact the citizens rights, because it is protecting them from themself. I don’t think it violates people’s right, because it is not harmful. The right was created to protect people, so if the government wanted to do something to protect the people, it is not violating their rights.
5/7/2020 05:37:35 am
I think that if people don't want to support the shutdown then they have the right to protest it. However saying that the shutdown affects there amendment rights is not really accurate. They use that excuse because they don't want to see the economy go down so low that we have another depression.
5/7/2020 05:41:40 am
I don't think it's impacting citizen's right because the lockdown is protecting them. Some people are blaming asians that they are the cause of coronavirus. But they don't realize that when they go out, more people are getting infected. Without a lockdown, even more people are going to get infected.
5/7/2020 05:43:53 am
Social distancing and wearing masks does not affect the citizens amendments rights because Everyone still has the freedom to go outside, walk, and talk. Everyone just has to stay 6 feet apart and wear a face covering. It's that simple. I think people are just protesting because they want to be able to be close to their family and friends without covering their face and staying apart from them.
5/7/2020 05:47:07 am
Although this is a controversial topic, I think that if you are asked to wear your mask in a fragile environment, you should absolutely do so. In a time like this, yes we all have our rights, but in the long term, if you want everyone to stay as safe as possible, just obey the commands.
5/7/2020 06:04:02 am
Wearing masks and social distancing does not impact citizen rights in any way. New York currently has the most cases of the virus, and will continue to grow if we don't start listening. Protesting won't help chase the virus away. If anything, it's only putting more people in danger.
5/7/2020 06:15:54 am
I think people should have the right to say what they want to say, however, the fact that people are against a time where the whole world is in crisis and their city becomes the center of the pandemic is an ignorant choice. Wearing mask and social distancing does not go against any of the amendments because both wearing a mask and social distancing is mandatory to slow down the pandemic. Public gathering to protest will only cause more cases for the front liners who are trying their best to slow down the cases. Some people want to have social gatherings and not want to wear precautions will only make the time we do have to do these things longer.
5/7/2020 06:57:18 am
I don't think social distancing and wearing mask does not impact citizens rights, because it's protecting them from this pandemic. However, people are not listening and are protesting which makes this situation even worse. I think they should just listen and stay at home, so this would end sooner.
5/7/2020 07:02:22 am
I don’t think that enforcing social physical distancing and requiring people to wear masks impact their rights as a citizen. I believe that if you want to protest about it, you can. However, it wouldn’t make much sense to protest because the reason why we are experiencing social distancing is to prevent more people from getting the virus. Staying home would be protecting ourselves from the virus. Therefore, there would be no reason why some people would want to protest, social distancing and masks are protecting people from getting infected.
No, I don't think it affects a citizen's amendment rights because people are still able to freely express their opinions, rather it's on the internet or elsewhere. However, saying that having to take safety precautions are damaging one's rights is a bit exaggerated. The reason that we have to do social distancing and all the other safety stuff is to protect people who are more susceptible to Covid-19. In time like these, people should just suck it up and wear protective gear because there are lives on the line.
5/7/2020 07:28:23 am
I don't think so because it is for the safety of the people. People still have rights you can go outside whenever you want but you just temporarily need to understand the circumstances. Social distancing and wearing masks can be uncomfortable to most but if we don't follow these rules it will cost many lives.
5/7/2020 07:47:05 am
I don't think social distancing and wearing masks affects a citizen's amendment rights because the whole point of social distancing is to protect each other. Sure, it's limiting what citizens can do and restricting citizens, but it's for the greater good. We're still able to walk outside and do other things, so wearing masks and following instructions will help all of us at the end.
5/7/2020 07:55:15 am
I mean we are all entitled to our rights, but when it has to do with a life or death situation we still have to listen to the government so we dont make this virus worse than it already is.
5/7/2020 07:57:06 am
I don't believe that social distancing violatetes humans rights because it is the best thing to do in a pandemic, and if you don't believe that is true than you are crazy.
5/7/2020 08:01:03 am
Some might say that it is a violation of their rights and they do have the right to protest for their amendment rights. They're protesting for isolation, which only isolates the sick, instead of quarantine where everyone has to stay home. However, from my perspective, the purpose of quarantine is to protect others from getting infected, especially with the growing number of cases and the curve doesn't seem to be flattening. The US has surpassed a million cases, and we're not even sure when the peak is.
5/7/2020 08:06:37 am
No I do not think that enforcing social distancing impacts our rights as American citizens. I think that saying that is really a stupid argument. Social distancing helps limit the spread of corona virus. This has been proven. To defy social distancing is a bad thing to do, it puts yourself at risk, and it puts everyone around you at risk. You cannot excuse bad behavior with the argument of "I can do whatever I want." You wouldn't murder someone and expect to be pardoned by that argument so why would you expect to in this case?
5/7/2020 09:08:53 am
I don’t think enforcing social physical distancing and requiring people to wear masks will impact a citizen’s amendment rights because all these requirements are a form of safety for the pandemic. In other words, all these requirements are simply protection for citizens to limit the number of cases with precautions being taken. However, some people go out of their way to protest against social distancing. These actions are just going against the rules that people should be following. If people followed these rules, the lockdown could be lifted faster.
5/7/2020 01:41:18 pm
I don’t think enforcing social physical distancing and requiring people to wear masks will impact a citizen’s amendment rights. Wearing masks and social distancing helps limit the spread of corona virus. These are simply precautions to ensure safety. These requirements will only benefit one and their peers.
5/7/2020 02:48:46 pm
I don’t think enforcing social physical distancing and requiring people to wear masks will impact a citizen’s amendment rights because it protects them from getting the virus. I think many people want coronavirus to end but if they wont cooperate then it never will. The spreading will continue to happen and the cases will go up. By wearing masks and social distancing, it could help reduce it.
5/7/2020 08:22:46 pm
Enforcing socialphysical distancing and requiring people to wear masks does not impact a citizens amendment rights becuase if people did not do what the government is saying then there could be a higher risk of people getting the virus. Plus, enforcing these rules, the coronavirus would go away faster and many people would want it to go away.
5/8/2020 05:46:49 am
i don’t think wearing the enforcement of masks is impacting the citizen’s rights because by wearing masks they are trying to protect the community. the virus is very contagious and wearing masks helps protect you and the people around you. at this time safety should come first
5/8/2020 06:08:55 am
I don't think this is impacting human rights because these are only precautions so that you don't get the virus, or have lower chances of getting it. if you don't want to take these precautions, thats on you, its not the governments fault that your being stupid and reckless and are getting the virus. therefore, social distancing and all the covid precautions are not impacting peoples rights.
5/12/2020 06:04:15 pm
I personally don't think that enforcing social and physical distancing and requiring to wear a mask impacts people human rights because these rules are put in place for our own safety. If you want to protest it, go right ahead but you should know that you're putting your self in danger of possible catching Covid-19. Many people who are currently working on the front lines of this pandemic already have a lot to deal with right now and people who are healthy and perfectly well should do everything in their right to stay healthy because there's still a bunch of cases that need to be treated and adding more isn't helping at all
5/15/2020 06:15:24 am
I personally feel like wearing masks and enforcing social physical distancing doesn't affect my rights at least. That is because there is a reason behind it since the governor doesn't want more people getting affected. Since he is thinking beyond for us and that he knows how hard it is to stay home and go out as least as possible, he is trying to keep us safe and reduce the likelihood of getting affected. I think what he is doing is correct and that no one should say that it is violating their rights.
5/18/2020 07:24:45 am
I do not believe that the enforcing of social-physical distancing and requiring people to wear masks effects citizens amendment rights. What rights are being taken? Life is Life. Fair is Fair. The truth is the truth. Deal with it. Just because people do not like being cooped up in their homes does not mean that they can jeopardize the other people. One life is less than many. Besides, people can go out on election day. No one can stop you. In addition, I think they didn't watch the news because they were just out. They held protests OUTSIDE. So, GREAT, look, they protested and went outside. PROBLEM SOLVED. By the way, did they have more than 50 people?
5/31/2020 08:29:09 pm
I believe that wearing masks and social distancing does not affect citizen amendment rights. The fact is because of lockdown less people are getting the virus and more people are being protected. Many people are lucky enough to not have symptoms, but this is not the important part. The lockdown and distancing is to make sure people with health issues are protected, such as elders or anybody with a weaker immune system. If we are taking risks and not wearing masks what are we saying about ourselves and the community that we want to have?
6/1/2020 07:10:02 am
i dont think it has impact on our life because i think it's right for us to wear mask going outside because it would be more safe for citizen's to wear the mask.
6/1/2020 08:10:57 am
It does not impact a citizens amendment rights. Some may argue that because they will say that they want to wear what they want to wear and that the government shouldn't tell them what to do. At this point, it whether you are trying to help lower the amount of cases or not. There is no rule saying that you have to wear masks and the government doesn't really enforce it, but it should be enforced to wear masks and help other people out.
6/1/2020 08:40:00 am
I believe that requiring people to wear masks and social distance does not impact citizens amendment rights because like all other laws, they are made to keep the country safe. These social distancing and mask laws are not oppressing people's freedom. Honestly, I cannot believe that people would be selfish enough to protest this. Not only is it disrespectful to all the healthcare workers putting their own lives on the line every day, but these protests didn't change anything. I am truly in awe at how self-centered many people in America are. This is a pandemic, suck it up, do your part like everyone else.
6/4/2020 07:12:33 am
I believe it does not impact citizens amendment rights because social distancing and masks are there to help people not to damage people. And also the government is not entirely forcing it on anyone.
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