Should We Be Making Major Changes Due To Coronavirus?

With over 1,000 cases now declared in the U.S., many are left wondering if extreme measures are necessary.

Virus Outbreak
A man walks toward an exit in an empty area in front of the Wheeler Hall auditorium on the University of California campus in Berkeley, Calif., Wednesday, March 11, 2020. UC Berkeley has suspended in-person classes because of the coronavirus, a practice of social-distancing. AP Photo
Virus Outbreak
A man walks toward an exit in an empty area in front of the Wheeler Hall auditorium on the University of California campus in Berkeley, Calif., Wednesday, March 11, 2020. UC Berkeley has suspended in-person classes because of the coronavirus, a practice of social-distancing. AP Photo

Should We Be Making Major Changes Due To Coronavirus?

With over 1,000 cases now declared in the U.S., many are left wondering if extreme measures are necessary.

Yesterday, the World Health Organization declared coronavirus as a pandemic. Meanwhile, public health officials around the world are encouraging people to avoid large public events, crowds and unnecessary interactions — a practice sometimes called “social distancing.”

Reset finds out if more drastic steps should be taken to stop the spread of the virus.

GUEST: Yascha Mounk, contributing writer at The Atlantic