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Millions of Americans ignore Covid-19 warnings, risk traveling over Thanksgiving

Millions of Americans ignore Covid-19 warnings, risk traveling over Thanksgiving

Millions of Americans pressed ahead with their holiday plans amid record surge in coronavirus deaths, hospitalizations and infections across the US. While the number of travelers has come down substantially as compared to last year, it’s still higher than anticipated. Recently, Dr Anthony Fauci, head of NIAID, urged Americans to ’sacrifice’ their Thanksgiving travel plans for the health of the US.

Chris
Chris
ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 1 months

Good. Family is important. I can't imagine the mental health fracture society would take if we skipped holidays with family.

Glen
Glen 1 months

It's called freedom, we refuse to let it go. The press can take its fear mongering elsewhere.

Seekster
Seekster 1 months

We Americans love our freedom and will risk our lives for it. I have just finished eating Thanksgiving Lunch with my family and some close family friends. Tomorrow I will go back to social distancing but after all that 2020 has taken from us it will not take Thanksgiving and Christmas away too!

John W
John W 1 months

It's called a 1% risk or less. Most people will take those odds over standing in food lines and being homeless.

John
John 1 months

If I think it's worth the risk then it's my risk to take. If you're afraid, cower in your house. It's a free country and you have the right to do that, just like I have the right to leave my house and visit my family. If my family doesn't want me there, they can ask me to leave. But guess what, they don't ask me to leave because they think it's worth the risk too. All of you internet busy bodies can bugger off. I don't care what you think. Mind your own business.

Cory
Cory 1 months

Screw fauci. I'ma have Thanksgiving with my family. I really don't care about a virus with a survival rate of over 99%

Chris
Chris 1 months

Apparently it's healthier to riot than visit family for a riot free meal

John
John 1 months

If Grandma didn't want to die "with" Covid-19 then she shouldn't have contracted pneumonia 6 years ago. Thank goodness Americans have the freedom to take that risk.

David
David 1 months

People are done with this. Its been held over our heads for long enough. To tell Americans that we can't have more than 10 people at our homes for the holiday is communist like. Done.

Randall
Randall 1 months

I love my family. I would sooner snuff out my entire family than to not spend Thanksgiving with them.

Aaron
Aaron 1 months

Strong family ties is how we thrawted the LEFT takeover in the past.

Andrew Ainslie 🇨🇦
Andrew Ainslie 🇨🇦 1 months

America here's a fact that all you Google copy & paste Geniuses can't dispute. America leads the world in COVID-19 cases and deaths. Enjoy your freedom,!😜🤣😂🇨🇦🇨🇦😂

Muttley
Muttley 1 months

I love there being different views on here but today has been bonkers. I've been told Elon Musk is technically African American. Now someone is claiming you are less likely to contract a virus in a a gathering of thousands of strangers, compared to a family meet up. Thank God for beer.

Eric
Eric 1 months

Cases, cases, cases. The media and politicians are is totally obsessed with any increase in the number of daily new COVID cases, despite the fact that in most states with spiking cases, there is still hospital and ICU capacity and plenty of unused ventilators and the number of daily deaths is very low considering the size of the population. An average of 8,000 people die each day in the U.S. from all-causes other than COVID. Currently only about 2,000 people per day are dying WITH COVID and we’ve ranged from 500 to 2,000 COVID deaths per day since March. We have 330 million people in the U.S. In the 9 months since COVID reallu ramped up, there have been 270K COVID deaths in the U.S. Annualized that’s 360K COVID deaths per year. Just shy of 3 million people die each year from all-causes, not including COVID. 360K additional deaths per year is only a 12.5% increase in all-cause mortality in the U.S. A 12.5% increase in mortality is hardly the Black Plague. And the consequences of the business shutdowns, stay home orders, and virtual schools are far worse than the disease itself. Yes of course every death is tragic, but death is a part of life. It’s unavoidable. 650K people die from heart disease every year. 600K die from cancer. 170k die from physical trauma & injuries. Another 170K die from chronic respiratory disease. Due to the very liberal COVID death reporting protocols, many of the reported COVID deaths are people dying from other causes, who simply tested positions for COVID anytime in the 30 days before their death. Even though COVID did not contribute at all to their death, they still get reported in the official COVID desth counts in the U.S. The reality is that mandatory shutdowns and stay home orders were never intended to stop the spread of COVID. Nothing we humans do is going to significantly decrease the number of COVID cases and deaths, except for the COVID vaccine. Nature was always going to take its course until we vaccinated a large percentage of the population, enough to reach herd immunity. And the reality is that stay home orders, business shutdowns, capacity restrictions, and mandatory masks has not significantly curbed the spread of the virus. There is very little correlation between disease prevalence and these various COVID control measures. There are states and countries who have had very few COVID restrictions who have had less COVID cases and deaths per population than other states and countries who have had the strictest measures in place for the longest period of time. Regarding masks, the only real world study outside the labratory found that masks don’t protect people from infection.

Max Bants
Max Bants 1 months

Freedom means risks. Risk cannot be taken away from freedom any more than your shadow can be torn from your body.

Jason
Jason 1 months

Americans love making choices for others. Abortion rights, Voting rights, Health Insurance, Second-hand Smoke, and now Covid. We left a country because oppression and we’ve carrying that shit forward with no sense of irony.

Dan
Dan 1 months

Screw their warnings about a virus that don't even kill people. What a joke.

iTeraByte
iTeraByte 1 months

American feeedom; American ignorance; American arrogance; American stupidity. You be the judge. I will say this, Ameicans are doing what they do best, killing each other. This pandemic could’ve been less lethal had Americans been more responsible. Perhaps direct family members must perish before the currently unaffected take notice of the irresponsible and careless behaviors.

bill
bill 1 months

Ignorant fools can’t stop being selfish for one day. Truly pathetic how far humanity has fallen.

susan
susan 1 months

Millions of selfish, narcissistic bastards, that claim to love America!

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