So far the news article has engaged well over 6,000 people. Mostly young people, we believe. As a result of the viral video. Who says young people don't read the news? Now if we can get them to only take the virus seriously.
According to publications
online, young people are biologically driven to ignore the virus. Apparently, young people have a ‘biological mandate’ to see friends and engage in irresponsible socializing in big groups. It is their brains, apparently.
Well, we are not going to walk into that open door before we get another TikTok video on our hands. But, we would like to urge the young people to use their brains and figure out that irresponsible socialization, large group gatherings and mass dance parties are fertile grounds for the corona virus to spread and spread quickly.
There is an aspect of the consequence of getting infected with the corona virus that no one talks about and that is that when you end up in the hospital, your friends and family are not allowed to visit you. That is the most heart-wrenching aspect of losing a loved one to COVID-19....: Not being next to them when they expire. It is the loneliest experience anyone can go through.... To die alone and not be surrounded by friends and families.
So, stay safe, people. Take this virus seriously!!!
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