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The most likely to survive and the most likely to spread it would be eliminated. Obviously it is almost certain if you had this virus, you won't get it again and there won't be a mutation worthy enough yet. These younger people would have a much lower frequency of needing hospitalization, not as much burden. Then since they are young, assumed, they have more contact with other people normally, would be harder for any active infections to be spread. Then if someone older or younger with health conditions got it, hospital loads not over capacity. It would work except these people live with older people and you would have to take children from their parents. So that would be the plan, make sure everyone gets it not in high risks groups, then the virus could only spread amongst higher and higher risk groups. Eventually the 60s bracket and up could only get it from others in their bracket or older.Quote: michael99000
Why would it be safe or healthy or a good idea for those under 45 to start going back to normal and begin spreading this amongst themselves? And it would most likely spread even faster than its happened during the restrictions and quarantine
So it's a plan that would work, but it's impractical, and relies on people understanding their roles and responsibilities. It would be cheaper than a stimulus..and cut the duration.
Does long grass facilitate the spread of Coronavirus? If so, that would explain why the Mexicans are out in full force mowing lawns today.
I don't know where you live, but where I am the weather is gorgeous today. Perfect yard weather.
Nobody wanted to live in OK, it's
why we sent all the Indians there.
It's why we waited till 1907 to
make it a state. Now even the
virus won't go there.
I don't want to live here, either, but the cost of living can't be beat. I'm saving up my money to retire somewhere nicer.
EDIT: Finally happened... Oklahoma governor just issued a partial shutdown. Counties with confirmed cases are stay-at-home starting tomorrow at midnight for 21 days. Looks like I'll have a lot of free time coming up!
The people from the US who died took medicine for fish, and now they sleep with them.
I think Florida beaches are now closed.
I think it's still county by county. As are curfews. I could be wrong, as things change by the minute.
One thing occurred to me as a former New Yorker...as there isn't enough masks, ventilators, etc. for the hospital patients and staff this whole thing will decimate the bum, hobo, wino (a.k.a. Homeless) population in all major metropolitan areas.
Do you want to know who'll get the best care the moment it's needed that you wouldn't suspect? Federal Prisoners. Every time I've even been to a chemo center (not for myself thank goodness) there's always one chained to a chair in his orange jumpsuit with a guard who' s half asleep and getting his treatment via your tax money.
They're turning that into a 2000 bed virus hospital. Pretty good idea, really. It's a beautiful convention center with lots of bathrooms.
I heard they're doing the same thing in NYC with the Jacob Javits Center, but I haven't been there, or had my game spread there, so it doesn't hit me with quite the same personal impact.
Javits Center is being turned into four smaller hospitals, but wouldn't be getting virus victims. At least not just yet. This and the Navy Hospital ship when it arrives in just a few short weeks will take regular patients out of hospital so those wards are be made into ICUs.
All the downstate hospitals are greatly expanding their beds. Cafeterias and gift shops are being converted, even Doctors offices.
They are attempting to convert ventilators so they can be used on two people at a time but that is very dangerous. The settings are supposed to be set for each patients individual needs and capacities.