Letters: Richmond school kids avoiding distancing

Dear Editor,

We go for a walk each day. Today we happened to leave about 2:45 p.m., walking past an elementary and a high school, passing many kids.

The observation would be that school-age people don’t know how to social distance.

When we pass other adults, most move over or go single file and keep their distance when passing.

We passed very few kids that made any effort at distancing. In nearly every case we had to go into the street or off onto the grass so that the kids in groups of two or three could keep their position on the sidewalk or path.

It doesn’t bode well for the pandemic. We finally went into a subdivision to avoid them.

Bob Garnett


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