Covid - 19 standards for public spaces

The Govt has not laid out proper standards for public and private buildings or spaces for social distancing.

For example in case of lifts people in societies and govt buildings are not following any standards.

Even when small children are in lifts, 5-6 adults are boarding which is totally wrong.

It should be mandated that no lift has more than 4 people and central and state govts should both mandate these simple things.

Otherwise with our billion two population we will never get rid of corona. more  

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Inspite of a good number of casualties, people in general do not
wear mask and observe social distancing. It seems they are mentally
prepared to sacrifice their lives and get JANNAT. more  
This reflect our education, awareness, responsibilities and level of maturity. more  
Corona is a laboratory fabricated flu virus. We have been living with flu since the dawn of mankind and we will have to live with corona also from now on. It will never be eradicated. more  
Why, but why must the government lay down rules for every human behaviour?
They do not obey those anyway.

Don't we humans have any common sense of our own? more  
Only two persons at a time, except for immediate family, should be allowed in the lift standing diagonally. Lift should be sanitized with short intervals. more  
Why four,it should be two only.We have this order implemented in the lifts of our society.Lifts are hardly 5 ftx5ft.Inshops also people have now a days are not bothered about social distancing more  
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