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LETTER: Double-bubble trouble?

I’m sure everyone is getting tired of being under house arrest with no crime committed, and on the surface this second-bubble visiting rights are welcome by many, but I see a bad effect coming from it, where it could drive a wedge between families and friends.

If grandparents have two or more children living in the same town, each having children, which do the grandparents choose to visit?

Because when they choose one, they are not permitted to visit the rest. What kind of message does this send the grandchildren that are not visited. Does grandma and grandpa not love us as much as the other grandchildren?

This can be extended to friends. Which friend do you like “better” than your other friends. You may like them all equally, but the perception will be that the one you visit with will be chosen because you liked them best.

Drive another wedge.

Everett Adams
Grand Falls-Windsor


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