Quoted from chad:
What does this have to do with my response
To Levi changing 30 lamp sockets out?
Nothing. My Quote referenced another post!
This is from Fox via the Atlantic.
Previously, estimates were 200,000....but flawed, because all these estimates, assumed Treatment.
"In a worst-case scenario, without serious mitigation efforts, hospital beds in the U.S. could be full by April and 2.2 million Americans could die of the virus – not to mention those who would die of other ailments because they couldn’t get medical care – a study from the Imperial College London concluded, according to The Atlantic."
Is 2 Million deaths, worth opening the country, and further overwhelming healthcare?
I Dont have the Answer, I know in my family we are disagreeing using this number....