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So it was just announced that a lot of people from places such as schools, educations, and a lot of workplaces will be in quarantine for like 2 weeks.

Literally everyone from my old place i was "working at" basically got 2 weeks "of holiday" as well as my entire familiy expect from my dad due to this overhyped fancy flu called coronavirus.

So yeah its fucking great to know i have to work for a salary with a ridiculous tax rate, while everyone i know gets 2 weeks of relaxing time.

To understand the bullshit, get that my salary increased by 100% from the last place (was pretty shit before, but is pretty good now) so to understand the bullshit
(in the raw amount itself, i calculated that the amount i pay is 5x the amount as i paid before) so by the end even with 100% increasement, i barely get like 45% extra in my own pocket.

So yeah i have to work and still being "considered" a slacker by this "great society" while everyone can just relax and get paid for it. (not that i mind i have to work, i actually love it and the place i work is great)

I find it fucking funny how the government first thought about it could be a problem now, but didnt mind that our fellow citizens that returned from china and infected areas in italy etc, just freely could walk around.

I cant fucking wait for this coronavirus hype to die out.

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    I am probably lacking on my reading comprehension skills my dude, so work with me. Is the issue here that you don't get the same extra time that everyone else is getting?
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    @M1sf3t you ma boy! i think it might be just that. Lets see if op answers whenever he comes back.
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    @AleCx04 Its more the point i feel like work myself to death for pay that has been taxed to oblivion , while a lot of people getting paid for doing nothing the next 2 weeks. It wouldnt probably not had bothered me at all if my tax was that damn high and going to support all the people who are getting 2 weeks off.

    Also the last part is more of how of i feel the government is handling the entire coronavirus poorly.
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