- Jan 28, 2010
I dont believe a virus stops spreading when it is thriving... do you have any evidence to this point? Letting kids get it would just lead to them bringing it home to their parents, then those parents giving it to people at work, their parents, etc etc. I think your idea that the virus lasts longer if it isn't spread is untrue, would love to see sources that claim this, I could be wrong of course.
Ooooh okay I've got you, sorry I misread your initial post. I see what you are saying now, thanks for repeating.
The whole point of flattening the curve is to spread cases out over a longer period of time than what would happen naturally. That's the whole premise. Virus stops spreading when something approaching herd immunity is reached. That's why it helps to have the kids go through it
One day people will have computers embedded into their optic and auditory nerves.Sounds awful. A world of masked creatures. How do you supposed to meet/relate/flirt etc?
Here is what I posted on reddit that got me a 7 day vacation:I gotta refrain from using "cunt" as much as I do online. Already received a couple of 7 day temp bans at r/toronto