Sep 14, 2021 Letters
Dear HE, Dr. Irfaan Ali, President of Guyana
I strongly believe that the government will get the full cooperation of its citizens if you announce the benchmark for a full reopening of the country and removal of the national curfew.
In today’s world, everyone likes a target rather than living in vain not knowing when this will end or what to expect. To make matters simple Your Excellency, kindly have the Hon. Minister of Health, Dr. Frank Anthony, announce to the country the following in his own terms, “If we achieve 85 percent to 90 percent of vaccination rate and the citizens follow the “mask up always mandate,” the country will reopen on October 1, 2021 and the national curfew will be removed.”
By simply announcing the above target, citizens especially business owners will lobby and encourage persons to get vaccinated and persons themselves would be excited to contribute towards such an objective. Let’s face it, everyone is sick and tired of a curfew and an abnormal life.
Of course this may change if we are hit by a new variant wave but scientists have proven that vaccination works even on variants.
New York and several other jurisdictions reopened fully once a certain vaccine rate was achieved so there is a precedent.
Thank you Mr. President as always for your kind intervention. We the citizens are pleased with your performance thus far.
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