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  • -And finally with everything going on in the world,

  • people are sharing a lot of information on how to stay safe.

  • It can all get very confusing, so here to answer some questions

  • is the President of American Guidelines, Mr. Nelson Fleming.

  • Mr. Nelson Fleming, thank you so much for joining us.

  • -Great to be here, Jimmy.

  • -There's a lot of different information out there

  • about being safe during this time.

  • Can you help us sort it out?

  • -Sure thing.

  • While protesting, it is recommended and/or required

  • that all people, with some exceptions,

  • wear facial coverings over their nose and mouth.

  • If you're an essential worker, you may or may not have to

  • wear a face mask while also shielding your eyes.

  • Gloves are not mandatory but certain areas may require you

  • to wear them, depending on whether your eyes

  • are shielded or only your face.

  • And of course, it is important to remain six feet apart from

  • other people, unless it isn't, but staying 20 feet apart

  • is ideal but six feet or not is also recommended.

  • -Okay, sorry, wait a minute. So let me get this straight.

  • You're allowed to leave your home to go protest,

  • but while protesting, you should wear a mask, maybe gloves,

  • and try to keep your distance from other people?

  • -Well, that depends on what state you're in.

  • In parts of California, masks are not required

  • while exercising and technically protesting is marching,

  • which is a form of exercise.

  • You can check your Apple watch to see if you're exercising,

  • unless you're wearing gloves.

  • -Wait, wait, wait. Sorry, can you slow down a bit?

  • -Sure thing.

  • If you're in Arkansas and not eating, you must wear a mask.

  • But if you're in Virginia and under 10, you don't have to.

  • If you're an essential worker, you may be required to wear

  • a mask no matter where you are, unless you're under 10,

  • in which case, you should not be an essential worker.

  • Also, it doesn't only depend on what state you're in

  • geographically, but what state you're in mentally.

  • Are you in a state of thinking that justice is your priority?

  • Or are you in a state of thinking

  • health is your priority?

  • And is there really a difference?

  • -I'm sorry, this just all seems so confusing.

  • -It does, doesn't it?

  • I understand that this is a lot of information,

  • which is why I designed this chart.

  • It's very simple.

  • First you must ask the question, "Am I going to protest?"

  • If yes, you move down here to this Venn diagram.

  • Then, all the states, mental, geographical, and matter,

  • meaning solids, liquids, and gasses,

  • are color-coded right down here.

  • After that, you head to this line graph that measures

  • the number of protesters with zone temperatures.

  • And if you're over 40, this chart doesn't apply to you.

  • You're going to want to look at this chart

  • and start all over from the beginning.

  • So if that's confusing, we also have this,

  • which is technically a chart

  • that walks you through all of the other charts.

  • And for that, you're just gonna need

  • 300 pieces of paper and a hole punch.

  • And then of course, failing that, there's this.

  • -What is that?

  • -This shows an interdimensional relationship

  • between the charts and the binder.

  • It's pretty self-explanatory now.

  • -Well, thank you for being on the show.

  • And if you're protesting, be safe out there.

  • -You be safe in there, Jimmy.

-And finally with everything going on in the world,

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美國總統關於大流行期間安全抗議的指導方針》。 (The President of American Guidelines on Safe Protesting During the Pandemic)

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