- Oct 17, 2011
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Staying no closer than six feet from all breathing humans outdoors and avoiding indoor large gatherings will significantly negate the spread whether it’s done in uptown Manhatten or Bumfuck Iowa. 26946252
If population density has no bearing on the spread of COVID, then why socially distance?
I say population density has everything to do with the spread of COVID-19. And big cities have the highest majorities of minority poor.
You said Government mandatory shut downs have no bearing on the spread.
That is absurd and racist.
If you understand that population density has a lot to do with the spread, then you should understand that a shutdown will have a limited effect on the spread in a highly populous area. Unless you plan on moving people into the suburbs and rural areas, your shutdowns will be very ineffective and do more economic damage than health-related help.
Your fixation on the racism canard is indicative of the desperation of your argument.
Do you realize that shutdowns have shown no appreciable effect in stopping the spread?
That is a lie. if Cuomo with NJ and CONN governors had not ordered mandatory non essential business shutdowns (left it to individuals) they would have ran out of ICU bed space (ventilators) and dead bodies wouid have piled up on street corners with the garbage.. Most of them minority and poor.
So far, there has been no correlation between infection rates and shutdowns.
Libertarianism has rotted your brain and you are so young. I’m not sure if brain rot is curable. We can only hope that with government help we find a cure..
Back in May, Trump told Fox News that coronavirus emergency funding bills would be unfair to more conservative states. "It's not fair to the Republicans, because all the states that need help, they're run by Democrats in every case,"
As New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo pleaded for resources and ventilators and thousands of New Yorkers sickened and died, Trump delayed.
You don't have to take my word for it or even side with libertarian ideals. Numbers show lockdowns didn’t help contain COVID-19 — opening up didn’t boost it