Don’t tell me to change my lifestyle because of the coronavirus
The novel coronavirus poses a health risk, but the press has exaggerated it because of not having much meaningful news to report.
One’s much more likely to get run down by a car or die of a heart attack than to get this virus. Telling people to stop going outside because of the coronavirus is just as insane as warning them to not use knives due to the possibility of messing up and cutting a finger off.
By preventing everything preventable, one dies of hunger and thirst.
Worrying about actions with minuscule risks is pointless.