Thursday, March 26, 2020

Doctors Condemn Young People Having Parties Amid Coronavirus Outbreak: 'This Is Not the Time to Be Stupid'

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear expressed his outrage and frustration at how a group of people in their 20s threw a party in defiance of the guidelines prohibiting mass gatherings to help stop the spread of the virus. At least one person who was at the party later tested positive for COVID-19.
"This makes me mad, and it should make you mad," Beshear told a press conference in reference to the party. "There is the power of forgiveness and we will move on and forgive, but there should not be any more of these parties—for any reason."
Beshear said those who attended the party despite being told to social distance themselves from others must have thought they were "indestructible" and that contagion was only a danger to the elderly.
"We are battling for the health, and even the lives, of our parents and our grandparents," Beshear said. "Don't be so calloused to intentionally go to something that can potentially kill other people. We ought to be much better than that."

1 comment :

  1. No. Sorry. It doesn't work that way.

    We bring up kids to be partyers from the youngest age. Their whole life begins revolving around parties.

    You can't expect them to suddenly pivot and become responsible, any more than a car going 100 mph casn suddenly stop on a dime.

    You reap what you harvest.


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