2nd Team Getting Their First Start
Regarding this virus and a public health perspective, it is not. That's not to say it's not important, but it is not the biggest concern. Again, hospitalizations and more specifically, overwhelming ICU beds, is the stat that matters.Sorry, but I consider deaths the single most important stat.
Look at it like this, in a mass casualty incident, the first concern of responders isn't the dead, it's ensuring the resources that are available are spent on those with the highest likelihood of survival.
Public health workers and government officials in cities in FL, TX, SC, AZ and many other areas in a number of states where recent spikes have happened are concerned enough at the possibility that they are putting mask requirement orders back on the table.Yes I understand the theory, but there's just no evidence that that is happen in large numbers at this time.
It's not like those young people are being forced into nursing homes in FL, TX and AZ. I mean, who would be stupid to order such a thing??