Should people who don't take the coronavirus seriously be denied entry to the hospital?

If they get infected by it. Instead of overwhelming the hospitals, should they be returned to their houses, be quarantined and hope to either survive or die there? Especially those who refuse to wear face masks, intentionally spread it or think it's a hoax.

Update:

And those who intentionally try to get it like the kid that licked a toilet seat.

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  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    No. I have a better idea. Go on a better lockdown then we did in April. Do what the Jordan did and arrest people for being out of their house. If they try to escape, give them capital punishment. As much as I hate to say that, I think fear of capital punishment is the only way to get people to take this seriously.

  • 3 weeks ago

    no because they will spread it. better to get them in a hospital and strap them to A bed. Punishing them will just let them give it to more people because you know people like that wont quarentine themselves If they dont care about themselves they won't care for others

  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    How do you plan to determine who's taking it seriously or not other than discriminating against non mask wearers?

    And how do you plan to round them up and force them to into confinement.  If they're assumed to be infected how will you protect the enforcers and how will you fund this roundup?  

    And what's your plan to round up people based on what they think? 

    You want to round up a bunch of assumed infected people?  How will you enforce social distancing during the roundup?  

  • 3 weeks ago

    people who think it's a hoax should all be deliberately infected and locked in a room together 

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  • 4 weeks ago

    Absolutely   .

  • Prince
    Lv 5
    4 weeks ago

    You wrote "to either survive or die there" when, in fact, it should be "either to survive or die there". See there, you split an infinitive. The infinitive is "to survive" not "to either", because there's no such verb as "to either". Perhaps this should mean sterilisation in your case or, at the very least, denial of hospitalisation. 

       Humanity seems to mean sitting around thinking up rules for your fellow men to follow and, if they should disobey you, ways to punish them. With a little more effort, we can count on you greatly to increase the suffering in this world.

  • drip
    Lv 7
    4 weeks ago

    So a person going to the hospital in an ambulance or goes to the ER for help. How do the nurses and doctors know who took precautions and who didn’t . Who thinks it is hoax and who doesn’t?? 

  • 4 weeks ago

    This is America.  We take care of fools and idiots.  Our doctors are great and they don't stop to ask questions; they just help.

  • 4 weeks ago

    No, they really have to take care.

  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    Well by that logic that would mean that no one would be admitted to a hospital. Because that would mean that they didn't take it seriously enough to not take every precaution they could have taken to not catch it.

    I wonder how you feel about drunk drivers?  After all they intentionally drank and drove.  If they got into an accident even though they did something horrible would you leave them on the side of the road to die?  What about people that were on a Cell Phone and caused a crash?  Should they be left to die as well?

    As for licking the toilet seat. The virus isn't spread that way, although they would probably end up with 1/2 dozen other viruses that may or may not put them in worse shape.  

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