March 23, 2020
FOX News Sunday: Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin discusses the timeline of the economic stimulus. Secretary thinks the package will be passed Monday: “we’re looking at this from anywhere to a 10 to 12 week scenario.” #FNS #FoxNews pic.twitter.com/A3fgc4xxTv
— FoxNewsSunday (@FoxNewsSunday) March 22, 2020
Are you ready to spend most of the year locked inside of your house and pretending that everything’s going to be alright?
Because that’s what you need to do in order to save the lives of boomers and fat, unhealthy people.
The lockdown affecting 80 million people – nearly one in four of the American population – to try to curb the spread of the coronavirus is likely to last 10 to 12 weeks, or until early June, US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin has said.
Asked how long state-wide stay at home orders could last, Mncuhin said on Fox News Sunday ‘we’re looking at a 10 to 12-week’ scenario’.
They’ll probably keep increasing the duration of the lockdown as the whole thing progresses, just to make people eager to get the eventual coronavirus vaccine that will allow them to finally go outside their homes.
If a vaccine for coronavirus were available right now, and considering the quarantine measures that most countries all around the world are enforcing or beginning to enforce…
What are the chances of it not being mandatory?