A lot of younger people I know 30's ( nonteachers), are not getting this in their heads. They are healthy and if they got the flu, they'd get over it. They think it is being overly dramatized. They don't really have that social consciousness. Maybe if they had grandparents nearby, they'd get it easier. In the meantime, they are going on w/ life exposing themselves in places like gyms, restaurants, and gatherings. I wish they'd just tell every1 that has a nonessential job to stay home for a month. It would really screw up our economy, I know. Not only would it "slow it down", maybe it'd die out. People in a lot of northwestern states are usually prepared for emergencies and most are willing to help neighbors when they can where I am. I know it is a different story probably in cities. They'd have to set up some kind of feeding centers probably. I'd guess ( maybe wrongly) that our country has stores of things for people in need.