I was told to not believe anything that comes out of Bejing, and that is probably good advice. Doesn't deny the fact that news is being delivered in a sensationalist way that has so many people unnecessarily freaked out. Just saw a headline on CNN that read there are now more than 5,000 cases in the US now, up 5-fold from a week ago. Red background for extra effect. Well, no [ Cumbie’s red zone playcalling ] the number of cases are way up, why would anyone be alarmed by that? Since so many carrying this virus have little to no symptoms, anyone who doesn't think there are WAY more "cases" out there than is being reported either isn't paying attention or is hopelessly stupid. As we test more, cases will go up dramatically. So why is that specific information headline worthy? Report on the # of deaths and the age/health profile of those that are dying and stop with all the other crap that is just meant to alarm, that would give the public way better specific information how to deal with this rationally. A bunch of non-critical patients flooding hospitals will not be rational or effective but I bet it's coming. And then we'll hear about hospital bed shortages.