Texas lieutenant governor Dan Patrick says failing economy is worse than the coronavirus spread

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Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick suggested country that people should get back to work and ignore shelter at the place.
While giving an interview, Patrick, a 69-year-old conservative Republican, who is considered to be most at risk if infected by the virus said that he would rather die than leave the economy in the loss. He, in fact, said that it is the time for senior citizens to sacrifice for the county.
He said in his statement,  “Let’s get back to work. Let’s get back to living. Let’s be smart about it and those of us who are 70 plus, we’ll take care of ourselves. But don’t sacrifice the country. Don’t do that. Don’t ruin this great American dream,”.
When the interviewer asked him that this disease could take his life but that’s not the scariest thing to him? There’s something that would be worse than dying?”

To his question, Patrick replied and said “Yeah,”.
He said he heard from some elderly constituents who aren’t worried about the coronavirus and are more scared about losing the economy and the bright future for their grandchildren.
He further added that if he gets sick, he’ll try to get better but if he doesn’t, he doesn’t.
According to reports from the Medical officials, a longer period of isolation and quarantine is needed to combat the growing number of COVID-19 cases.
On Monday, President Donald Trump addressed the nation in a completely different way and Expressed an urgency to get back to work.
On Sunday, Vice President Mike Pence said the CDC will re-evaluate the scenario on Monday and may allow people who have been exposed to the virus to go back to the office but wear a mask.

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