Just saw the article about that. Apparently his company got a hazmat suit for him but the govt said not to wear it cause public image or something and they told him he wouldn’t get sick
@Richard Cypher, just think of the suing potential
@Richard Cypher, and he listened what a moron no if I’m provided a hazmat suit I will wear it or refuse to drive those would be the govt’s choices
@eleven, the drivers were given paid leave to voluntarily quarantine themselves at home afterwards.
@jolt, still wearing the suit this disease has killed and before you say outside factors not taking any risks if in case I have something that would kill me if exposed to said virus
“This is a dangerous airborne virus, be sure to have properly sealed masks and report if you are accidentally exposed to the open air. Elderly and folks with poor immune systems are most susceptible to death, be careful.”
-Should I uhh, maybe get one of those hazmat suits?
“Nah... You should be fine.”
*takes pill, zips up suit, sprays decontaminant at door*
“Okay, single file line everyone, all aboard!”
They told the driver's it was more of a risk to have them trying to drive with the suit on. The driver's were the last to get on the bus and the first to get off and any patients were seated 5 rows away from them.
@Harvester, they could’ve at least offered the poor guy a mask.
Maybe it's all fake and China be infecting people they don't want
Id trade places with him. His situacion seems way uber super duper better.
He’s thinking, “I wonder if I’d still have to be quarantined if I ran over that motorcycle?”
Two different drivers