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The isolation and stress of the lockdown measures being taken during the COVID-19 pandemic are not easy, but they're also necessary.
The best way to effectively stop the spread of a virus that nobody has immunity to, that can be transmitted by a person who has no symptoms, and that has been known to kill otherwise healthy, young people, is to keep people apart. But that is some surprisingly tough medicine to swallow.