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This 14 day quarantine..is voluntary..No one is actually checking anything..it would be impossible to do.
Or if there is an outbreak and it somehow gets contact traced back to you that you were the one who brought it to the area.
I agree it is very hard to enforce, but I'm not sure I agree that hard to enforce is the same as voluntary (certainly not in the state's eyes anyway).
Exactly. "Voluntary" is not the right word at all.
I believe they will as well. They recently invested 10 million in tourism ads.With that said... I would not be surprised to see Vermont relax the restrictions to some extent so they are more similar to Massachusetts restrictions.
The reality is that pretty much no Vermont (or Maine) resort area is viable without customers from the surrounding states.
Snowbird is going parking reservations for all guests so now it is confirmed
Yes, but with only 25 riders per car.But lemme' guess..... their enclosed 180 square foot box will be running up & down the mountain from 8am to 4pm, all season long, amiright?
These are not serious people, and this is all about appealing to human perception (i.e. fooling people) rather than empirical fact.
Yes, but with only 25 riders per car.
And that is a law..the quarantine is not a law as I see it. I looked up how they enforce it..they don't. Speed limits..yeah break those far enough and you go to jail in VT.This is demonstrably false!
Does the bird tram have front and back shutter type windows? If so, I would bet those will be wide open all year regardless of the weather and would provide good ventilation. Snowbird isn't as critical as you can summit without the Tram anyway.Only? That's a 32 inch square of space for each person, less when you consider people do not space themselves precisely. That's crazy in light of every other restriction for indoor dining, 6 foot spacing, etc. I don't think I'd be one of the 25.