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    Olga Itina says:

    Thank you from Moscow. I'm living in the center of City and this scares me as hell.. I also trying to warn others as I can. No one it seems even worried. I will just share your video.

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    Jojoeatrer says:

    I'm living alone in a city due to studies, but have a few friends there as well. Would it make sense to move together with a good mate who has the same attitude as me when a quarantine or similar situation will take place? He's also prepping to have supply lasting for about a month. Thinking about safety foremost.

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    Bella Vita says:

    Why why why they let people travel as soon as this virus was mentioned is when every other country should have banned flights but nevermind that we are too late and this is so surreal.I am in Florida and our health department is using a state statute that allows them to keep silent in sake of the economy since Florida depends on the tourists like if that is more important than lives this is so sickening

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    Bill Fabian says:

    Went to Home Depot today, OC CA. They were out of respirators. Medical Supply businesses are running out of masks. Their orders for masks are going unfilled. Got a feeling when things go south, masks will be resold at an extreme markup. Picked up a box of surgical masks today and ordered respirators from Amazon. Get it together before it’s too late.

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    I S says:

    Welp, on the ground in NorCal, we see that the usual box stores have shifted focus to accomodate civilians quietly taking things seriously. No one is saying much, unless you overhear hushed phone convos. Or see cartons of canned food in carts. Or the large display of pandemic flu masks (for H5n1 etc, not this one, but good enuf), or the hundreds of cartons of that sugary Vit C drink (better than nothing) front and center, or huge stacks of hand gel, wipes etc, stacks and stacks of Lysol as you walk in! LOL! Nope, we are grateful for big box helping, but wonder WTF is REALLY GOING ON. Personally, I think it's about mandatorily vaccinating every last living human being, (I mean, do YOU want to be ostracized for being a potential super-spreader by not vaccinating LOL!) And guess what – COVID vaccines already scheduled for human testing OH BOY I CAN'T WAIT! So in the fog of what are the real numbers etc. we don't see the forest for the trees. Yeah, improve the world, one "vaccine" with HIV viral component at a time.

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    I S says:

    PS Of course what pisses me off is that bitch in that whole paycheck grocery 2 or so weeks ago, in her face mask, saying it was for allergies when overheard she was supposed to be in self-quarantine. Cuz no one else since then anywhere wearing that face mask.

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    Shanon Glass says:

    Lets for a minute use our intelligence and lets take a close look at the Spanish Flu also H1N1 virus just like the current Coronavirus. Next, lets take a closer look at the numbers. The Spanish Flu was active between January 1918 – December 1920 It infected 500 million people around the world or about 27% of the then world population of between 1.8 and 1.9 billion and the death toll was estimated to have been 40 million to 50 million, and possibly as high as 100 million, making it one of the deadliest epidemics in human history. Most influenza outbreaks disproportionately kill the very young and the very old, with a higher survival rate for those in-between. There have been huge advancements in medicine since then and COVID-19 is nowhere near the Spanish Flu lethality. I remember the Y2K computer issue decades ago. Y2K was over hyped and blown out of proportion just like the COVID-19 causing unnecessary panic. Or remember, the so called experts who said if the Cern Collider was turned on it would create a Black Hole and would cause a rip in the time space continuum and earth would be destroyed and human life would cease to exist. Granted its apples and oranges but, I think you get the point. I am not saying not to be careful and vigilant but also, apply some common sense, logic and do your own research. And for God sakes stop believing everything you read, hear or are told like it is coming from the biblical burning bush. We as a species have been here done this sorta song and dance many times before and guess what, "We are still here"! Don't start looking for your own personal Dr Kevorkian just yet, this is not the end of the world folks! And if by the 0.001% slim chance I am completely wrong then there is not a whole hell of a lot you can do about it in the end anyway. So, enjoy life and CHILL!

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    qrsx66 says:

    Don't overwork, sleep well, be carefull to eat healthy food in oder to have no deficiency of vitamins and trace elements, iron, for your immune system to be in good shape.
    Because it has been decided not to do what must be done to stop the spread of this viciously contagious respiratory disease to preserve the economy, and the most optimist scientists in the known say 40% of humans will get it, the most pessimists 80%.

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    Marco Pusheen says:

    Another Panic maniac! More than 8500 people died because of the flu alone in the states this winter! 15 millions infected. Severel thousands died in Europe too! Where is the panic? Oh…Corona…oooh…panic.

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    Laurel Wells says:

    Im on Long Island and purchased the last N95 masks at home depot two weeks ago, delivery date for new orders coming in MID APRIL so its getting a little more nuts in NY. Was at Costco yesterday buying paper products, bleach, food, etc no one was even aware of the CDC confirmation yesterday that its no longer IF this will hit USA but WHEN.

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    controlpopulation says:

    Telling someone to be mobile during an outbreak is irresponsible. If you are in an affected area, stay there. Don’t spread it to others. That’s the problem now and how it got this out of control.

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    Dennis Cullison says:

    If you want to strengthen your immune system to fight off the corona virus (COVID-19) then you need to go to 78minerals.com It was used in Japan during the nuclear meltdown to remove radiation and heavy metals. They are selling out fast due to the increase of cases of the virus.

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    WithLoveToAll says:

    Ethan thank you very much for carrying for people!
    I like your calming voice with practical tips, panic is the last thing we all need.
    FYI: name Ethan means ‘ intelligent’, my son’s name also.

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    Milton Metcalfe says:

    Question. Everyone is saying prepare prepare prepare. It’s obvious that a person need to stock up on food water masks extra. My question is what kind of over the counter drugs can a person purchase that might help if a person was to get Covid 19? Thx for any or all reply’s

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    shaquille steinback says:

    Can we please get a video for folks in large cities? I know bugging out to rual areas would be ideal but realistically the majority of people do not have the means to just pack up and head for the hills. Sheltering in place is gonna be an only option for some of us

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