There are two problems with this question.
- It neglects the law of large numbers; and
- It assumes that one of two things happen: you die or you’re 100% fine.
The US has a population of 328,200,000. If 1% of the population dies, that’s 3,282,000 people dead.
Three million people dead would monkey wrench the economy no matter what.
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