You’ve probably heard both ends of the spectrum by now…
One friend says, "The coronavirus is super over-hyped, everyone is over-reacting, and the normal flu kills thousands more people a year than this does. People need to calm down!"
Meanwhile your other friend is stock-piling supplies at home like the apocalypse is around the corner, and shares every statistician’s online post that says this virus will infect half of the global population.
We know that operating frantically out of a place of fear isn’t good for anyone. But governments and institutions wouldn’t be taking such extreme measures—shutting down borders and calling off huge economy-stimulating events—over something that was "just like the seasonal flu."
We’ve been receiving information and footage from our close friends and students in Asia that has caused us to take this situation seriously from the start.
Today we will share what we know about...