Coronavirus Death Toll Reaches 100 in the U.S.

by | Mar 18, 2020 | Emergency Preparedness, Experts, Headline News

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    This is far from the pictures painted in China, which was full of mobile incinerators and overflowing morgues. But the death toll has reached 100 within the United States, and it’s sure to be a huge concern for the government and the panicked masses.

    This virus is very rarely deadly unless you are over the age of 60 or have compromised health already (autoimmune disease, obesity, diabetes, etc.) Those statistics are holding factual in the Amerian death rate. The deadliest cluster of this outbreak so far has been linked to a nursing home in Kirkland, Washington, according to a report by CNN. More than 20 people who lived there and someone who visited the facility have died. People who lived in other long-term care facilities in Washington, Florida, and Kansas contracted the virus and died.

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    Even though some claim the virus isn’t being tested for enough, when simple logic is applied to that, the deadliness of COVID-19 will decrease.  If 100,000 have it and only 100 have died, that’s less deadly than the flu. Because we know, if someone dies of COVID-19 the media and government will make sure it’s used to strike fear into the minds of the masses. Maybe we should be testing more people just to get the public to calm down and stop buying out the toilet paper.

    As one doctor said: “Stay alert, not anxious.”

    Many people (myself included) have been avoiding public places, not out of fear of getting COVID-19, but because they simply don’t want to be around other people who are losing their minds right now.

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    Truthstream Media‘s Melissa Dykes has a great video about the recent panic titled “Fear is the Mind Killer.”

    Please remember, Dykes and others are not saying you shouldn’t be prepared.  We are saying that most people and the media and the government is overreacting. Living a life in fear is not a good way to live, but being prepared and ready for others who panic at media reports should be a lesson we’ve now all learned. You have more to fear about the government’s response to this outbreak and humanity’s panic than you do the actual virus, and that’s all evidenced by the statistics.

    Do your part, however, and if you know someone who is older, avoid spreading the virus to them.  Help your elderly neighbors. Clean up their yard or go get groceries for them. Help them order groceries online if you don’t want to go into public. We can all help by voluntarily NOT spreading this around, which will alleviate a lot of fear and make our world a better place.

    Exercise precaution and prevent from getting infected if you can. Boost your immune system and stay informed and take the time to enhance your other prepping supplies. Get them in order and start a list of what you’ll need in the coming months to get through a stock market crash.

    Preppers don’t have to be negative doomsayers all the time.  The reason we are is that, as we’ve seen, fear is a powerful motivator.  Nothing else has yet worked to get the masses prepping.


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