What part of the sentence ‘stay home’ did you not understand? / ¿Qué parte de la frase ‘Quédate en casa’ no has entendido?


Saturday, March 14, 2020, health crisis by COVID-19 that, if we overcome, will generate consequences that we do not yet know, but that we can intuit, in the economy and society.

Sunny day in Madrid, spring temperature. Perhaps you are tempted to go for a walk because you think you are not doing anything wrong to anyone. But think. You are making a call effect, others will want to do the same. Then the authorities may have to use security resources to suggest (or perhaps order you to go home).

In short, seemingly innocuous decisions divert attention from unimportant things, causing you to In short, seemingly innocuous decisions divert attention from unimportant things, causing you to lose focus on what is urgent and important, so please let resources be devoted to solving the crisis as soon as possible and, please, stay home.


Sábado 14 de Marzo de 2020, crisis sanitaria por COVID-19 que, si superamos, generará consecuencias que todavía no sabemos, pero que podemos intuir, en la economía y la sociedad.

Día soleado en Madrid, temperatura primaveral. Quizás tienes la tentación de salir a pasear porque crees que no haces nada malo a nadie. Pero piensa. Estás haciendo un efecto llamada, otros querrán hacer lo mismo. Entonces podrá ser que las autoridades tengan que utilizar recursos de seguridad para sugerirte (o quizás ordenarte que vuelvas a casa).

En resumen, decisiones aparentemente inocuas hacen que se desvíe la atención en cosas poco importantes haciendo que se pierda el foco en lo urgente e importante, así que, por favor deja que los recursos se dediquen a resolver la crisis cuanto antes y, por favor, quédate en casa.

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