By Meadow Campbell, Opinion Editor
It’s day three of the shutdown, and so far seventh-grader Camden “CC” Gjovik has been quite happy. “My family has been out hiking and biking riding since the shutdown,” Gjovik said. She has been hiking up the hills of her backyard. She has also been taking pictures and playing truth or dare with her friends.
Because there are no confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Crawford County at this time, Gjovik believes many residents seem to be worrying less. “My family is not worried about the outbreak,” Gjovik said. “We are watching the cases closely, but we have no reason to worry right now.”
The restrictions on restaurants, non-essential businesses, and schools have made the streets less busy and that’s one thing Gjovik is okay with. “The world seems more peaceful, but in a frenzy, which makes it crazy.”
Journalism Adviser, Saegertown Jr. Sr. High School