OK folks…here is the truth….everyone dies…no escaping it…nobody escapes death. If the Corona Virus doesn’t get you, it will be cancer, a heart attack or maybe a car accident. As it stands now, you are more likely to be killed in a car accident. Last year nearly 40,000 deaths from car accidents in the USA…I don’t see a mass sale of cars because they might kill you!!!
Wake up and realize that the news media has hyped this up so people will listen to or read their news! Yes, it is killing some people…mostly the very old and especially if they already have health issues. Go see a movie, go shopping, go out and have some fun….walk, ride, drive…enjoy your life without the crippling fear that the news media wants you to experience. Don’t be like the woman who passed on the dessert cart and hours later went down on the Titanic. Turn off the news, go outside and …LIVE! ENJOY! HAVE FUN!
Our good friend, Terry Lucas, shared this with us. He has struggled with cancer for several years yet, God fearing, he has a different viewpoint on life than the media.
Yes, the Coronavirus may be a pandemic (large scale epidemic crossing borders) or, maybe not. In the US, approximately 45 million get the flu every year-only about 1 in 1000 die. We get a flu shot every year to ward off the grim reaper. There is no vaccine to ward off Coronavirus yet-they are working on it.
Chances of dying from Coronavirus now stands at 2% if you get it.
According to Worldometer tracking:
- The rate of new cases in China appear to be declining-indicating the virus has peaked.
- The majority of cases are mild and the death rate stands at 2%, affecting the old and sick.
- Only one out of 1000 people has contracted the virus (a densely populated area of nearly 60 million people). There have been no reported deaths of young children.
- The world has survived the swine flu and we will undoubtedly survive this.
- Stay hydrated
- Boost your immune system
- Get plenty of sleep
- Wash your hands
- Stay out of large crowds
- Carry tissues
- Disinfect your environment
- Think twice about sharing
- Don’t travel while sick
- If your sick, seek medical attention
OK, what do I know!