Which, in passing, is why I don't own a cellphone already, as I've already said, but mainly just proves how the aim of the government is, as Zelig posits, to memetically follow this plan: 1. Quarantine-lockdown-shutdown! 2. ?????? (actually, relentless media campaign) 3. Profit! The ruling party here destroyed the economy with a decade of two-digit inflation, and widespread corruption that led to the state apparatus becoming effectively a gigantic, unescapable protection racket. Then, as posted over the years in the RD ‘Americas’ thread, for four years there was a different government that left the economy in disastrous-but-not-as-disastrous-as-would-have-been state (it was unfixable in the short term, especially without control of the legislature or most of the provincial governments) but did get a nice bit of work in with regards to stopping corruption. So now the government is0 calling for an end to moderation, saying that it was only a device to win the elections but they cannot be held up to their own promises. The purpose of all this is to blame the fight against Covid-19 for the ongoing, pre-existing recession and hyperinflation, and at the same time to exert and ever more asphyxiating control over the economy and society. Mandatory apps. Also, the government first forces businesses to shut down, then pays people's salaries with a mixture of the people's own money and printing more money (which is also the people's money) and now asks to have a share in businesses, essentially paving the way for expropriation. This, coupled with simply getting all of their former duly-convincted (they actually plead guilty, a lot of them) former officials who have suddenly been re-labelled ‘political prisoners’; this is, of course, happening while the judiciary and legislative branches of power have nearly stopped operating altogether.