- Jul 10, 2015
I expect the worst is yet to come in the US and we don't want to open up 100%.......well we shouldn't, but we do need critical infrastructure to stay up and we could let the young and healthy who don't have high risk people in their household make their own choices about taking the risk which is low fot the young and healthy, but I don't think we should open up 100%, never said that. I do expect we will see a 2nd wave of new cases rising sharply and we will need to adapt area by area, I think putting the young and healthy with no high risk persons at home to work would be a good idea for the opening up that people want to see rather than opening up for all ages, high risk need to plan on staying home for the next 12 months.It has proven to be unwise to dismiss based on stats like the ones posted above... economy will recover eventually but, allowing a virus like this to run amuck is extremely dangerous without taking slow measured steps. I know of several people whom are all very physically fit /active people nearly die from this disease late 20's- mid 30's. True, some people don't show many serious symptoms. They are a minority of people. Opening 100% up suddenly is not a smart idea and will likely lead to what we see in Singapore now. Transmission explosion!