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March 6, 2020 / JayMan


Millions of people are about to die in the coming weeks and months, protracted and painful deaths, unless the government steps up and acts NOW.

This is not hyperbole. I’m not exaggerating. Left unchecked, that will be the outcome of the COVID19 coronavirus pandemic in the U.S., as well as in many other countries across the world. We still have a chance to stop this, but if the response continues to be what the American government is doing, we’re in dire straits.


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  1. GondwanaMan / Mar 6 2020 7:45 AM

    Yo Jayman, you can call me G-Man and im your number one stan!

    I applogize for the silliness above but thanks for your work. ive been telling all of my skeptical, non-believing friends that this will be a lot worse than we think. my number one concern is college towns. i am currently located in one in the American South with a semi-large Chinese population. do you predict a large number of deaths and chaos here in the coming weeks if the government response doesn’t improve, and assuming school continues operation as usual?

    • JayMan / Mar 6 2020 8:26 AM

      Yes, all that. It can still be avoided now but in a few weeks it’ll be too late.

  2. Nikolai Vladivostok / Mar 6 2020 5:02 PM

    Reports like this indicate US medical authorities are not taking it seriously:

    Meanwhile in Japan, they let some of their own citizens from the Diamond Princess go home on the train.

    It’s extremely contagious, as demonstated by the one woman who spread it in South Korea.

    There will be a pandemic. Governments just seem to be trying to slow it down a bit.

  3. David / May 27 2020 7:42 PM

    You should have said “millions could die” or “millions are likely to die” in the coming weeks ormonths, not that they will. It always bothers me when people act like they know with CERTAINTY that it will only be x deaths, or that it will surely be atleast x deaths or many more.

    • JayMan / May 27 2020 7:49 PM

      Re-read the first paragraph, slowly.

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