Considering Up to 100,000 People in U. S. Die Annually by Influenza Why Not Empty Bars & Restaurants Every Flu Season?


About 80 people reportedly have died of the wuhan virus in the U. S. (after three months of that virus in the U. S.), yet as many as 100,000 people die every flu season in the U. S. from the influenza virus, so shouldn’t the authorities close bars and restaurants every flu season in order to prove that the wuhan virus scare is not a hoax designed to harm Trump’s presidency?