The people most alarmed about the coronavirus seem to be people accustomed to thinking exponentially — people in tech, finance, and science.
People least alarmed are those used to thinking about problems linearly.
The problem isn’t the virus itself. It’s the under-provisioned healthcare systems and global logistics / economy response to populations’ quarantine.
Oh, and… “alarmed” does not equal “panicked”.
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