Why not Just Quarantine the elderly and those with pre-existing conditions? I’ve been thinking about this In my sewing room thou shalt not ask when it will be finished shirt…would love some input. It seems to me that if the mortality rate is skewed so highly in the direction of that population, why not just protect them? Like instead, for example, of Italy quarantining everyone, allow the virus to spread among the population who is not at risk, and those who are at risk stay at home for 2, 3 weeks or even a month to ride it out. That way the economy is not as effected, and infection curve remains low enough to keep hospitals from overcrowding. Those in nursing homes or who require in-home care would get sick, but the curve would be flat enough that the hospital system could absorb them with the current amount of beds. Would love to hear what the issues with this theory are. If this has been discussed in another thread, would appreciate a link. Could not find one.
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I feel kind of dumb asking this, but I had a flu-like bug late february and it feels like it might have been In my sewing room thou shalt not ask when it will be finished shirt. It was almost pure upper respiratory (headache, weakness, fever, exhaustion, sore throat, hard dry cough) and by far the worst “flu” i can remember. I had some trouble breathing for a few days, and I didnt really get better for about two weeks. My fiancee didnt see anyone for 4 days before she got sick, and she also said it was the worst she has ever had. The thing that threw me off was I went to the doctor and he said I had mild underlying asthma. I have been to the doctor routinely for years and I played competetive athletics for my whole life, and nobody found that? I guess I am asking for a second opinion and to see if that sounds like I had the virus or not. Thanks and apologies if this is dumb.