During COVID-19, the Maritimes created an "Atlantic Bubble". What do you think about this decision by public health?
in this question
in this question, I am asked to think about the decision of maritimes creating an Atlantic bubble in response to the covid-19 pandemic.
The Atlantic bubble is essentially the unionization of the for Maritime Provinces, which they have been sexually created a bubble that allows for free travel among just the four provinces and strict regulations and restrictions for any Travelers or visitors Beyond.
inhabitants of the maritimes
from a public health standpoint
this Atlantic bubble provides
more social more freedom in terms of a social and from a social perspective and even as well as a safety perspective as it allows the individuals living in the maritimes to travel more freely and endure the effects of a lockdown to a lesser extent.
By preventing outside Travelers and other inhabitants of the other provinces from entering this bubble.
a degree of protection towards the inhabitants of the maritimes from the covid-19 pandemic.
As a result, it's apparent that the Atlantic bubble has been effective as the number of community cases or the number of cases of covid-19 in general Within These Maritime Provinces has decreased significantly and it has been reported that there is no Community spread among these provinces.
However, there are drawbacks to creating an authentic bubble like this for instance in consideration of an economic standpoint.
Because Travelers are not allowed to enter into any of these provinces.
It may slow down the economy to a great extent.
However, that being said
Canada is under.
Lockdown and is under travel restrictions as the government has been advising its citizens to stay at home. If possible to help reduce the spread of covid-19. So ultimately for a public health perspective despite the potential drawbacks for this Atlantic bubble idea. I do believe that it is effective.