Kilkis wrote:The economic response is easy. You let the virus spread and simply leave people to die. Hospitals will not be overwhelmed if you simply don't admit anybody who develops advanced symptoms. Hospitals can then just carry on treating all the other complaints they normally treat. From an economic point of view letting one or two million people die is a lot less disruptive than closing the economy. There are plenty of people in the world to replace them. You could easily recruit two million people from Africa in a matter of weeks. Most people who die will be older and probably not economically productive anyway so it is a no-brainer.
DJ wrote:Ha - so it is possible to visit your second home in Greece - right now - apparently !
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