How Families Can Fight Coronavirus As A Unit | Morning Joe | MSNBC

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Fmr. Baltimore Health Commissioner, Dr. Leana Wen, joins Morning Joe to discuss ways in which families can stop the spread of the coronavirus. Aired on 03/17/2020.
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How Families Can Fight Coronavirus As A Unit | Morning Joe | MSNBC

58 Comments on "How Families Can Fight Coronavirus As A Unit | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. Kimberly Clements | March 17, 2020 at 10:37 AM | Reply

    What happened to social distancing in the WH briefing room?????

  2. America, the nation of the original couch potatoes, has an issue being asked to be couch potatoes? 🤦🏻‍♂️

    • ILY LE FOREVER | March 17, 2020 at 12:15 PM | Reply

      Ganiscol 😆

    • Right! Tell a person to do something, they won’t. Tell them NOT to do something, and they’ll do it anyway. This is going to get interesting. I hope everyone just takes a deep breath, does what’s suggested, and let’s get through this.

    • It’s amazing how people are complaining about staying home when most of the people complaining already do this. Grow up. Luckily I’m still working, but it’s a modified schedule and this sucks for my pay. But in the end, if I’m told to stay home then I will.

    • Crystal Giddens | March 17, 2020 at 2:51 PM | Reply

      @The GECK how about us not freaking our over a cold virus?

  3. Wow trumps bumbling handling of this event has put an entire country on lockdown how very convenient….15 down to zero…

  4. In your hour of need “do not” I repeat “do not expect FEMA, tRump or his dysfunctional gov’t to save you in your moment or hour of need.” You are on your own and if you have family and are positive then might be putting them at risk so really we are on our own.

    • Good job. Of all the things you could offer as far as optimism, hope, relative comparisons, you speak like this is 28 days later zombie apocalypse. Dont listen to this person people, of all pandemics we couldnt have been luckier. Scientists have been fearing a long coming decimating virus or bacteria. Decimation is technically 10 percent, but they’ve been fearing one that could wipe out modern human life. This one will have us better prepared for such a thing.

  5. Yeah, let’s keep it safe folks and don’t panic and I’ll stay home, drink, and fight with the wife.🤪

  6. Thank you to those people who are willing to be a part of the clinical trial…God bless you 🙏🏽

  7. A birthday party leading to Grandma’s death – don’t put that on their heads.

  8. Wouldn’t it be nice if Banks gave everyone a one time mortgage skip and let that filter down to renters? After 2008, they kind of owe us.

  9. makayla farley | March 17, 2020 at 12:11 PM | Reply

    I myself have been doing puzzles and drawing. Puzzles are great cause it’s really time consuming.

  10. The problem with soft speak, for example, “we recommend you stay home” and “voluntary quarantine” to circumvent “draconian” measures is that employers / businesses are listening to that and determining that they won’t be held liable for something happening if they require employees to come to work. The work places are crowded places and even Dr. Wen didn’t mention closing them down. We’re just prolonging an Italian style shutdown.

  11. I feel what goes on in Trump’s mind is the sound of an A/C running

  12. David Brandenburg | March 17, 2020 at 1:14 PM | Reply

    come on lady this is america we dont do any thing unless you force us, isn’t that the american way anymore?.

  13. kermitefrog64 | March 17, 2020 at 1:15 PM | Reply

    And how are people going to make a living when most of us are living from paycheck to paycheck.

  14. lordy he was calling it a leftist hoax 2 weeks ago. i just cant stand his fakeness as a president

  15. I sorely miss Tim Russert in these dangerous time , a true professional without grand standing or asking stupid questions !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  16. “Voluntary” in a nation where people are still having birthday parties in restaurants? If the government doesn’t declare a national shut down it won’t happen in this country.

    • NoPainNoGamexd | March 17, 2020 at 7:36 PM | Reply

      True, however because this is America, even if there was a declared shut down….people would still do whatever they want. I mean what is the government going to do? Arrest people….that wouldn’t go well. Hopefully people keep in mind that for the sake of other people we have got to obey these guidelines

  17. KaraZiasapiens | March 17, 2020 at 2:42 PM | Reply

    My only takeaway from this piece was, “Look, you’re just going to have to spend time with your children.”

    • KaraZiasapiens

      And that is so hard to do for many parents.
      I live next to a park and it full of children, now that schools are closed. We Americans think that nothing can touch us, we display so much arrogance! America we are in trouble…

  18. Chris Durgin | March 17, 2020 at 4:31 PM | Reply

    What part of STAY HOME don’t you understand.

    GET IT OR GET IT

  19. “The test subjects will be followed for ONE YEAR.” – Oh great.
    How about this: Offer prison inmates a reduced sentence, in return for testing the vaccine by actually getting exposed to the virus?
    I mean, DUH.

  20. People should understand seriousness of the virus and shelter in homes voluntarily. Sacrifice for Nation is a must.

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