- Joined Nov 2, 2016
So when you say that you really mean you want to reopen? I'm confused here, reading that makes it seem like you don't want to reopen.
I don't really see how it is a lie when the data clearly shows that statistically, you have a good chance of not dying from this, much less develop severe symptoms unless you have severe underlying health problems.
If you want to talk about "ignoring facts" you should also include with your number that approximately 7500 people die each day in the US and 250,000 people die world wide a day from various sources but we don't plaster it in everyone's faces all day everyday.
You choose, willingly, to ignore what we were discussing. Just to remind you, it is about Your Customers. But gosh, you certainly can play the "What about ...this, or that Game" can't you?
You choose to bury your head in the sand, pretending that the chances of spreading this deadly disease are somehow "statistically" irrelevant. 12 % of Americans say they know someone who has died from the new coronavirus.
26% percent of respondents said they know someone who has tested positive for the coronavirus,
15 %said they know someone who tried to get tested but was turned away.
In the end, you choose to take an irresponsible view of having your business reopen, and the health and well being of your customers and staff take a back seat to your wallet.
You don't get it. IT IS NOT ABOUT YOU.
It is about your customers. Your staff. Your foods purveyors
Every single solitary one of them is at a level of risk; a risk you *choose* to ignore.