There is a lot of talk about vents, but people put on them typically die. Those that don't, don't wake up and die when the vent is turned off.Well to be fair, there is a treatment, and it's known as the human immune system. Some people get over it with rest and decent hydaration, some get an infection on their lungs, and need to be put on ventilators at the hospital, and the worse are those that get severe infection of the lungs or the heart, but some countries have machines that can take that over for us. It's going to be a struggle to get everyone who needs those machines on them in our hospitals so not all of us who are suffering with this badly enough to need to be hospitalised will get access to those even if they would save our lives, I suppose.
As far as I've heard, US shale oil is practically bankrupt anyway, since everyone's really cutting down because of the drop in oil prices meaning it's uncompetitive at the moment. And that was before this whole pandemic situation happened.
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Former military here. Wife is current military. We both think he did the right thing.^ffs, is their definition of a hero reserved for dead soldiers?