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People start calling 911 to report of their neighbors coughing or sneezing

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Police departments in different cities started receiving calls from the concerned citizens reporting of their neighbors sneezing or coughing as they are convinced that it’s proof the person has a virus. Yes, just like long ago when people used to cough to cover a fart, now it’s just another way around.

Coachella Valley Police say the 911 calls began overflowing their department reporting of loud sneeze of a hacking cough. Palm Springs dispatchers said they had about 5 calls like that last week alone.

Cathedral City Police Commander Paul Herrera confirmed that dispatchers with his department also receive similar calls.

In some cases, the calls are forwarded to the fire department where paramedics are also dispatched to directly provide any needed medical attention before transporting the person to an area hospital.

The most important thing is that the authorities can’t ignore these calls and must respond to them even if it already looks like a nationwide paranoia or hypochondria.

There have been 486 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the state of California, which has a population of nearly 40 million. Six people have died.

Liberals always tend to overreact.

This way people will soon draw in madness and the enforcement agents will be torn apart responding to every paranoid call. 

Author: Usa Really