A Big Deal…

The coronavirus pandemic has officially sickened over 131,000 people worldwide. As of this article’s publication, at least 4,921 have died. However, the number of affected is certainly higher given the evidence of community spread and the reality that the majority of people who contract it have not self-quarantined. 


The problem is that many infected people have not distanced themselves from older people with existing health conditions, who are more likely to require intensive care. A public health crisis in this country could emerge if large numbers of elderly people and other susceptible Americans get sick and need a high level of care.

The CDC is advising against all non-essential travel to much of Asia and Iran. All elderly and sick Americans are being encouraged not to travel internationally period. And last night, President Trump imposed a 30-day travel ban on all of continental Europe. 

Meanwhile, in the United States, there are hotspots you should think twice before traveling to.

Here they are:

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1.) San Francisco

As of March 10, San Francisco had at least 13 confirmed cases of COVID-19. While that might seem insignificant in a city of 900,000, nearly 1% of the city’s residents are homeless.

With infrequent access to clean bathrooms and utterly inadequate healthcare, the city’s homeless population is at high risk. It is also unclear if they will seek treatment.

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2.) Seattle

Kirkland, a Seattle suburb located on the shores of the picturesque Lake Washington, became America’s first coronavirus hotspot when it ravaged Life Care Center nursing home, killing five residents.

As of yesterday, King County (home to the majority of the Seattle metropolitan area) had 234 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 26 deaths.

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3.) Los Angeles

Like San Francisco, Los Angeles has a homelessness epidemic. That and the coronavirus pandemic appear poised to combined, although America’s second-largest city has yet to be hit as hard as other major metropolitan areas.

On Wednesday, Los Angeles County announced its first coronavirus death.

Multiple conventions and events in the city have since been canceled.

California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) has issued a sweeping executive order allowing the state to commandeer all medical facilities and hotels to house coronavirus patients.

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4.) New York City

The novel coronavirus has spread rapidly across New York City’s boroughs and suburbs. As of earlier this week, most of the confirmed cases were in the Big Apple’s wealthy northern suburbs, prompting Governor Andrew Cuomo to establish a containment zone.

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Michael Brigham has written for American Action News since the summer of 2019. His areas of expertise include foreign affairs, government, and politics, but regardless of the subject matter, he has a nose and an insatiable appetite for news. In his free time, he enjoys reading nonfiction, watching a mix of comedies and true crime documentaries, and spending time away from the swamp hiking in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.

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ROBERT. POWELL
ROBERT. POWELL
2 years ago

Only the cities run by a idiot democrat or even worse a socialist are really affected,, NO ONE HAS FIGURED THAT OUT YET???????????

J. Kosinski
J. Kosinski
2 years ago
Reply to  ROBERT. POWELL

Best sensible comment I heard yet since this crap started!!!!

C. Mike Seibert
C. Mike Seibert
2 years ago
Reply to  J. Kosinski

Yeah, I especially like the fact the DNC stooge media ‘thinks’ it is a good idea to prove how manly & dedicated to gun seizures bu threatening a voter, and appointing moron Beto O’Dork. I think that is a ‘good’ idea. One day some is going to take that Deep state idiot up on his challenge, the Secret Service will have to save his entitled ass.

proudmomoffive
proudmomoffive
2 years ago

Orwellian exercise of the NWO to test the waters to see how the masses would react. The coronavirus is less lethal than the regular flu and influenza, which kills far more people every single year. the media, owned by the globalists, has made an excellent job at pumping fear and panic into the masses, which being very gullible, had drunk the kool-aid. The main goal is to bring Donald Trump down at whatever cost, he is getting too close to Hellary and the rest of the NWO satanists. They are willing to bring the world down to its knees by chaos and panic. If this continues, the economy will suffer immensely and it is going to make our lives miserable. Civil unrest will start and then very possible, a civil war.

Holly
Holly
2 years ago
Reply to  proudmomoffive

Everything you say is not beyond the realm of possibility… for sure the Democrats hate President Trump enough to stoop to egregious lows…. it never ends…. its alao very very sad

Grace Joy
Grace Joy
2 years ago
Reply to  proudmomoffive

Agreed. It’s also a way to test how State of Emergencies can work, the Governors of CA, WA, & NY have all enacted some sort of control measure. As for the economy, they want to bring us down like they’ve brought down everyone else. Cashless society is what they want, like Sweden, the Beta Test. And China, where a bad social credit score means you can’t access your money. They’re running out of time to implement their agendas, less than ten of the twelve years AOC mentioned for the Green New Deal, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Agendas 21 & 2030, the Great Replacement. Click “SDGs” at the top to see all 17 UN goals.

https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/index.php?page=view&type=400&nr=670&menu=1515

PVL
PVL
2 years ago
Reply to  Grace Joy

You are so right. Agenda 21 is being snuck into every aspect of government and education. The sheeple are still asleep but may are waking up.

C.A.
C.A.
2 years ago
Reply to  proudmomoffive

Dr. Fauci Directs the US NIA-ID he testified before Congress yesterday here is what he said: It is of the utmost importance to deliver accurate information about COVID-19 and first and foremost its subtle differences from the common flu.

There are roughly one billion cases of influenza every year, resulting in hundreds of thousands of deaths. The fatality rate is a matter of some debate, but according to Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the figure is 0.1%.

So far, COVID-19 has claimed 4,000 souls. There is no vaccine for COVID-19, which has a mortality rate of 3.4%, according to the World Health Organization. Your prognosis would vary depending on age, underlying medical history, etc. Regardless of your personal health, COVID-19 is substantially more contagious and deadly than the flu.

Mary Homann
Mary Homann
2 years ago
Reply to  proudmomoffive

My thoughts exactly.So many sheep out there do not believe the Germ warfare theory..China was chomping at the bit to pay Trump back for his tax increases on their trade deals.

Nancy Graham
2 years ago
Reply to  Mary Homann

Totally agree!!!

Stephen Weiuss
2 years ago

Sadly, the primary enviorments for coronavirus seem to be very large Cities with significant problems even before this out break. Homelessness, gangs, drug problems, massive unemployment, and every one in the top five places you shouldn’t go ,is also a “sanctuary city”. Has that contributed to the problem? I can’t say for certain it did, but given the poverty inherent in these communities and the opportunity for gainful employment with medical benefits for people who entered this country ILLEGALLY, it cannot have helped. Yet we have a vast number of people who seem to think, that free healthcare for everybody everywhere is the ONLY solution. NOTHING…literally NOTHING is free. If you are not paying for it, somebody else is. The appeal of Sander’s socialist supporters, is simple, they want what everyone else who has earned it has, without having to work for it. Sad, but all too true. and you can call it by a lot of other names, but the one I like best is “progressive”