Coronavirus spread

Coronavirus and the Danger Zones

Robert Stacy McCain, The American Spectator

Those of us outside danger zones have a role to play. If you’re not sick, follow the federal guidelines about “social distancing” and other preventive measures to make sure you stay healthy. Limiting the spread of the Wuhan virus in the “safe” parts of America will free up medical personnel from across the country to help where the pandemic is already at crisis levels. New York and other hard-hit cities will need many more nurses and doctors to deal with this emergency, which means the rest of us in the safe zones of rural America need to stay safe, stay healthy, and stay home. And, of course, keep praying for our fellow citizens in the danger zones.