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    Prayers for your friend.


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    Based on the amount of boats and trucks parked in the launch ramps on the big G on Friday and Saturday everyone is out on the water to avoid this plague!!!!

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    I totally understand and am not trying to be a rear end. But I am having to work. I have to do all of that to get there. Even had a guy at work that was exposed and still had to go.


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    Truly sorry and praying for your friend Cray.


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    Pick your poison, economical hardship for all with a national shutdown (even if a few weeks) for years to come or roll the dice with the few that we may be lost to the virus. (330 million survive vs. maybe 10,000 to 100,000 estimated loss). Wouldn't want to be in the position to choose that's for sure. I would always put life ahead of economics, but the two are delicately intertwined. I would like to say after all has been said we need to offer our prayers to the people on the frontlines. These folks don't have the liberty of choosing to bow out and go fishing or taking a walk in the park.. they could probably be selfish and stay home but they are out there making the wheels turns. They have my up most respect in all this chaos!

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    Follow the guidelines, we must flatten the curve.
    If everyone had more closely followed the 15 day advisory, we would probably all be better off today.
    Let's all try to do our best!
    When it's over, we will celebrate and praise the Lord for healing our land!
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    Prayers for Cray’s friend and wife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lowe175 View Post
    Maybe I'm wrong but this is a way over the top reaction. Just look up how many people have died from the flu. It's around 16000 this year alone in just the US. I understand it is bad for older people or people in bad health but this think isn't even close to as bad as the flu or the numbers don't look that way. It's like we're in the twilight zone. Kids get out of school for rain now. I don't believe we could win WW2 now. I'm just staying away for elderly people and people in bad health so I don't get them sick. I just don't see the need in all of this panic.
    Agreed.

    "The vast majority of deaths from the virus are of people over the age of 70 with underlying frailties. The focus on New York where, of course, most of the media is based, is also flooding and distorting the picture for the rest of the country. Of course we need to pay attention to ground zero, which is New York. But what happens there is not what is happening everywhere. For example, our most populous state, California shows 149 deaths, 11% of the total in New York. Texas, our second most populous state, shows nothing like the death toll in New York, with 47 deaths, about 3.5% of the total in the Empire State."

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    Time for a Second Opinion | RealClearPolitics



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    H1N1 (no national shut down):

    "From April 12, 2009 to April 10, 2010, CDC estimated there were 60.8 million cases (range: 43.3-89.3 million), 274,304 hospitalizations (range: 195,086-402,719), and 12,469 deaths (range: 8868-18,306) in the United States due to the (H1N1)pdm09 virus."

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    KNOX COUNTY, Tenn. — Knox County is seeing a disturbing trend in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

    Mayor Glenn Jacobs said on Friday that the Regional Forensic Center examined nine suspected suicide cases – eight of which are from within Knox County – in the past 48 hours alone.

    That's 10 percent of the total number of suicides from all of last year, when there were 199 confirmed or suspected suicides from across the region and 83 in Knox County.

    “That number is completely shocking and makes me wonder if what we are doing now is really the best approach,” Mayor Jacobs said. “We have to determine how we can respond to COVID-19 in a way that keeps our economy intact, keeps people employed and empowers them with a feeling of hope and optimism – not desperation and despair."


    Knox Co. seeing an increase in suspected suicides during coronavirus pandemic | wbir.com



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