Mountain Biker, I am HONORED that you used that phrase! As a matter of fact I encourage its use and hope that you are all as fond of using it as we are in Occupied New York. Anyways…
I think that Mountain Biker is dead on and actually beat me to the response. There are protocol in effect for most populated areas in the U.S. It is your responsibility to investigate what that protocol is and determine if it is acceptable or unrealistic. The protocol in my area is somewhat identical to what Mountain Biker described…unrealistic. You will see temporary medical facilities set up in large capacity government buildings and private stadiums and civic centers.
Also, I know I keep harping on it, but what was the reaction to the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918? Have we learned from it or are we doomed to repeat it? I imagine it will look like the file photo posted below: Historical photo of the 1918 Spanish influenza ward at Camp Funston, Kansas, showing the many patients ill with the flu.
"If I'm gonna die, I'm gonna die historic on the Fury Road."