AppLatter: An outbreak of a deadly virus only leads to three things as I’ve seen in the past which is an either or: 1. Unity among nations to create a vaccine 2. People isolating themselves to try and avoid acquiring the disease 3. Succumb to an inevitable untimely death due to a strain of something that nature designed for world annihilation. In the span of my existence, there have been a number of deadly diseases that wiped out more than thousands of people all over the world (e.g. H1N1 and SARS). We can attribute the human race’s longevity to our fight for survival and a bit of luck, maybe. As long as precautions are taken seriously and the instinct to fight rather than to take flight is intact, there’s no need for undue paranoia.