Sometimes things just change too much, too often, and while you might normally be a law abiding citizen, and want to comply with all the local regulations, they keep changing! And to top that off, they are often different from one county to the next; one town or city to the next, and that adds just that much more change.It can all seem very arbitrary. At a certain point it is tempting to throw one's hands into the air and quit trying to figure it out.
For example, I live close to the border of two counties in Florida. Each county is doing the best they can, having extra meetings, doing their own diligent research into what works and what doesn't when it comes to handling this novel Coronavirus, Covid-19. Each of these Counties has just issued orders about wearing face masks in public places, and places of business, and in Churches, and... They are very similar, which makes both more confusing, but once figured out, easier to comply with by just following the stricter order. One of the most distinct differences between my two counties is that one mandates masks for everyone over 2years of age, and the other leaves it up to the parents to decide until the child is 18. How closely are those 16 year olds monitored?
My objections to this come from personal discomfort, inconvenience, and social awkwardness. This being said, this is better than "lock down". I am technology adverse and all this zooming around is annoying, on any platform. I do feel that our governments are operating for the most good for the most people as they understand it. They are taking on extra work to do this. So I agree with this advice from L. Ron Hubbard, "Support a government designed and run for all the people." www.thewaytohappiness.com