Increasing punishment: ever harder to get food,medicine,car fuel
Undercover police raids
Here’s the authoritarian future inevitably facing all countries which impose a Covid Pass regime:
Lithuania is Europe’s strictest Covid Pass regime. It’s week 8. There’s no end planned. And it’s getting stricter.
With no Pass, my wife and I may only enter small shops which mainly sell food, pharma, optics, or farm/pet goods.
We’re banned everywhere else.
Without a Pass, we are banned, by law, from every clothes store.
Fashion, sports, kids’, punk, wedding dresses: all clothing stores ban us.
Even second-hand stores must enforce the banishment. No one may buy or sell without the Pass.
Technology. Books. Health and beauty. Variety stores.
Without a Pass, we may not enter.
We are banished.
Until mid-Oct, the law allowed us to buy food and medicine in small shops.
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