Pretty crazy they considered stopping seed sales. So many people are starting gardens up now with time on their hands.
And yet that's exactly what you do.I'm not trying to say there is some kind of conspiracy happening.
EDIT: I realized my wording is weird in my opening paragraph. There have been flu and pneumonia deaths in the US this season, it's just that the numbers are dropping off way more than what the estimation of deaths were for this season. I believe there are still many people dying from flu and pneumonia, but that they are being reported as "possible COVID-19" death instead of what they really are.
By conspiracy I meant it in the strictest sense of the word: a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful. That's the definition I know of anyways. I do not believe the CDC is involved in a conspiracy.And yet that's exactly what you do.
Or at least that's how your words sound.
The whole reason I bring it up is because of the impact that the mandatory social distancing and closure of "non-essential" businesses is having on the US economy.I just let the evidence speak not just pieces of evidence that I want to hear, believe, or sees. It is up to anyone to believe those facts or not.
Not everyone would. Some people are better able to cope with extreme stress. Look up psychological resilience if you want to read up on it. Covid-19 will probably cause many people to develop this as a skill though. There's always a silver lining somewhere.According to APA, we will likely develop anxiety with all of the news updating constantly.