Missouri: 7,000 Young People Test Positive for Coronavirus – Who Cares?

Even if you’re gullible and stupid enough to believe everything the rat Anthony Fauci says, the coronavirus poses no risk to college students. They likely will not even get sick. Most healthy young people do not get sick.

But apparently, the people are so stupid, that instead of listening to what Fauci is actually saying, they just soak up the fear. We’ve seen the studies showing that the masses of people have literally no idea what the virus even does.


More than 7,000 college-age people in Missouri have tested positive for the coronavirus since classes resumed in mid-August, fueling spikes in confirmed cases in the state’s college towns, Gov. Mike Parson said Thursday.

Recent single-day positive test rates in some college towns have been as high as 45% for people in the 18-24 age group, Parson said. That’s more than eight times the national positivity rate of 5.5% for people of all ages, according to the seven-day average from The Covid Tracking Project operated by The Atlantic.

More than one in twenty are currently infected… but we’re still trying to avoid it…?

Everyone is going to get the virus. They will either die or they won’t, but there is zero way to simply avoid it forever.

That is of course the point of all of this madness – they’re forcing us to wage an unwinnable war, in order to drive down our morale and allow us to be controlled.

Parson said none of the college-age students have become seriously ill, but he warned that they can spread the disease to more vulnerable people such as the elderly.

“I know there is a lot of concern right now regarding college students, but I want to assure you that our colleges and our universities have plans in place and are taking all steps necessary to keep their students and communities as safe as possible,” Parson said.

The University of Missouri’s Columbia campus has reported 683 confirmed student cases of COVID-19 since classes resumed. The school is punishing 330 students for violating COVID-19 safety rules, with penalties as stiff as suspension for the semester. Violations range from refusing to wear a mask to sneaking guests into residence halls and throwing big parties on campus, The Kansas City Star reported.

Meanwhile, Missouri State University in Springfield has 614 confirmed cases among students, according to its online dashboard.

Parson spoke at a news conference at Washington University in St. Louis, where researchers have developed a new saliva test for the coronavirus that Parson touted as a game changer.“

Whatever the hell is wrong with people, their first mistake was to live in fear in the first place.

Living in fear is no life at all.

“There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love.” -1 John 4:18