People in 1918 had soap and water, masks, and social distancing. So do we. They did not have a vaccination, proven treatments, or immunity. Neither do we. The situations are actually very similar. The people of 1918 could not travel and did not gather as we do. On a separate note, if this economy is so great, why aren’t people more prepared to be off work? Why should my lived ones be at risk because other people can’t save money? A lagging economy kills exactly no one. Not one person.
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There are not thousands of people who have died from COVID-19 under age 40 in the U.S. I am looking at the CDC website. Of the 21,050 deaths, 162 were age 25-34 years, 423 were aged 35-44. That’s 2.7% of the total deaths, and certainly not thousands. You mentioned children, but the CDC information indicates 3 children under the age of 14 out of 21,050 has died. Of course, that is still terrible, but you accused me of talking nonsense when I was just providing accurate information.