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Do Curfews Help Stop The Spread Of Covid?

Experts Weigh In On Their Beliefs

As COVID-19 cases skyrocket across the globe, many cities are turning back to curfews in desperate hopes to curb the spread of the disease. Many people wonder if a curfew will do any good. We’ve got a look into a few areas that are trying to make a difference by enforcing curfews.

The Thought Behind A Curfew

Massachusetts is one of the latest states to require residents to be in their homes between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. The state is routinely seeing about 1200 cases a day, and those numbers aren’t slowing down. Besides wearing masks and social distancing, a curfew is aimed at lowering the curve. The thought behind an enforced curfew is that restaurants and bars close earlier. The earlier time is in hopes that people won’t lose their inhibitions that early in the night, which leads to carelessness regarding coronavirus safeguards.

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