I question this pandemic and the impact it will
actually have. I guess we'll see, but seems to me you
have a better chance of dying from a car crash vs.
the coronavirus. The numbers in the usa are pretty low.
I guess we will see in the next few weeks. Time will tell.
If you ever dealt in Risk Management, then you would know that risks are additive. You take a small risk here, concurrent with another small risk there, then add a few more, and before you know it your total risk exposure goes critical.
My goal is to minimize ALL my risks. Can’t eliminate all, I know that, we must accept some, like with driving, or riding a bicycle. That’s life. But isn’t not having too many risks at once better than having more? And not better to minimize a known risk like coronavirus when it’s staring you right in the face?
It is a gamble, life is certainly a gamble. Now, like I mentioned in previous post......
I believe, I actually already had this virus (middle of November 2019 and was really different from what I've experienced in the past). I had a slight fever and dry cough, but it didn't stay very long and I figured it was just a short lived "odd" flu.
Now, my friend Becky got sick in Jan-2020 and it was a severe
pneumonia flu like and that's what they told her in the ICU. They didn't have the coronavirus test then and she was really sick
and could hardly breath. She also had preexisting conditions that exasperated her conditions and even left some lingering side effects. So this pathogen with others that will yet come can do some serious harm and KILL for sure.I suggest building immunities against pathogens and maintain a healthy diet and have a good workout program and stay in physically good shape too. I think all these can help. Fresh air and Sunshine are both good for your immunities.