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Timing restrictions to slow spread of COVID-19 make no sense | READER COMMENTARY

Jessica Chester, (right) RN School Nurses with Department of Health, Anne Arundel County, and Lauren Ryder, CNA (left) administer a Covis-19 test. Walk-up covid-19 testing at Geresbeck’s plaza (behind Sun Valley Liquors) 7931 Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard, Glen Burnie.
Jessica Chester, (right) RN School Nurses with Department of Health, Anne Arundel County, and Lauren Ryder, CNA (left) administer a Covis-19 test. Walk-up covid-19 testing at Geresbeck’s plaza (behind Sun Valley Liquors) 7931 Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard, Glen Burnie. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Capital Gazette)

In regards to the article “Anne Arundel County announces new restrictions to mitigate coronavirus spread; Annapolis will adopt same measures” (July 24): If it is OK for restaurants and bars to be open early in the evening, why is it not OK to be open later? How do the virus particles know what time it is? Are they carrying watches?

Robert Gross, Pikesville

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