Close middle TN schools to prevent an outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus

Close middle TN schools to prevent an outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus

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Justin Baga started this petition to del phillips and

The novel coronavirus currently has a 3.4% mortality rate. It’s made it’s way to middle TN and with spring break just around the corner, local families will be traveling all around the world and country, further spreading the virus. To prevent the outbreak from getting bigger than it already is, the top school officials should look at closing schools after spring break to stop the spread. Although I trust Bill Lee and his team to fight the virus in TN, I don’t see them defeating the coronavirus anytime soon, if 70+ countries can’t defeat it, there’s no reason to believe a state government can. School is already a breeding ground for sickness because they keep students locked in concrete boxes for 7 hours a day. This petitions main goal is to keep students healthy, and in fact, keep MANKIND healthy. I would gladly sacrifice however much it takes of my free education to keep myself and my fellow humans healthy, and that should be the same answer for any human with common decency. If one person in a school were to get the coronavirus, I would have to estimate that atleast 35% of the rest of whatever school it’s in will get the virus. They won’t even know it yet until they have coughed and sneezed at school events. When they go to their friends houses that go to other schools, it will spread even quicker. All it takes is one student or staff member to get it for all of that to happen. It’s a risk we mustn’t take. The answer is simple, close the schools, and keep humanity safe. Thank you for your time, because we don’t have much of it left if the officials don’t act soon. Most importantly, pray and trust in Jesus.

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