How r American people handling this corona? The place I live Is white town all the bars restaurants r busy idk why what’s up with these ?
American people they just can’t live without ******* out door dining ,bars it’s a crisis time .They just can’t seem to sit home and enjoy the old life
I just like how American people getting mad
This is how they will learn the ******* lesson
- ?Lv 75 months agoFavourite answer
As an american I'm constantly disgusted by the behaviour of other americans. The corona virus has just shown how selfish and stupid we all are
- ClaraLv 43 months ago
One of the answers here shows why people aren't listening to infectious disease experts with an actual medical background: misinformation. On top of that, some just don't care. There's never a right-to-life person around when you need one.Source(s): One of the answers here shows why people aren't listening to infectious diseases xperts with an actual medical background: misinformation. On top of that, some just don't care.
- Anonymous5 months ago
I haven't gone to a restaurant or bar in months. However with more and more local covid
infected people, and nearly a thousand local deaths, no doubt stupidity / irresponsibility
of many are hurting each+every one of us in one way or another & getting quite personal.
- kswck2Lv 75 months ago
For all the people that like to cite the figures being so low for deaths, let me impart this to you: I live just outside NYC. For several weeks, bodies were being piled up in refrigerated trucks, because funeral homes had no room for them. And those trucks were being stacked up at area hospitals-with more being ordered every day. And yeah, it was for Only a couple of weeks, but people were dying by the hundreds every day.
For those of us who are Not millenials, that sticks with people.
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- Ranchmom1Lv 75 months ago
We are past day 150 of "15 days to flatten the curve."
As of today:
Only 3% of ER visits for COVID symptoms.
Only 1.9% of active cases are hospitalized.
Only .014% of Americans are hospitalized with Covid.
Only 0.7% of Americans are currently a positive case.
The median age of Covid death is 78, which is the average life expectancy in the U.S.
We have conducted 41 million more tests than the next closest free country.
How much better do these numbers have to be for real life to return? When is the curve finally flattened?