Swkh310 posted a comment · Apr 07, 2020
Every right has limits. Deal with it.
neptune posted a comment · Apr 05, 2020
Brown wrote: "We simply cannot guarantee that, when we meet together in large groups, we will not contract and spread this super contagious and highly-deadly virus." Unfortunately, this part of the article sounds like fear-mongering straight from the mainstream media. According to Dr. Paul Auwaerter, the clinical director for the Division of Infectious Diseases at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine: “If you have a COVID-19 patient in your household, your risk of developing the infection is about 10% . . . . If you were casually exposed to the virus in the workplace (e.g., you were not locked up in the conference room for six hours with someone who was infected [like a hospital]), your chance of infection is about 0.5%.” So, no, the virus is *not* super-contagious. Also, the description "highly deadly" is suspect as well. It seems that this virus is roughly similar to a severe seasonal flu. And the way that state governors have been shutting down local businesses to "combat" this virus seems mostly irrational and authoritarian. If you end up crashing the nation's economy to "solve" the problem, how many lives is *that* going to sacrifice?