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Rapper Offset is among the healthy youth making light of the coronavirus outbreak that is affecting the elderly and ill people.

The 28-year-old Georgia native commented on the widespread panic and hysteria over the C-virus that has claimed 63 lives since January. Of the 63 deaths, 25 were in one nursing home in Washington state.

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After finding bare shelves at multiple grocery stores, the Sagittarius took to Twitter.com to beg for a loaf of bread for his wife Cardi B and their 1-year-old daughter Kulture.

"Who got bread for sale????? Can't find shit," he tweeted.

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Young people are virtually ignoring the advise of the CDC to maintain social distancing of 3 feet to prevent the spread of the virus. Nightclubs and bars in Atlanta and Boston were packed over the weekend.

But even doctors and nurses are questioning America's overreaction to the virus that causes mild flu-like symptoms in most healthy people.

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The common flu virus has killed over 30,000 Americans since October 2019. The death toll was 20,000 last month. That means 10,000 people lost their lives to the flu in just one month.

Yet those statistics are ignored while there is pandemonium in the grocery store aisles over the C-virus.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is considering closing roads and setting a curfew after shutting down clubs and bars over the weekend.

The news comes after the mayor denied he was shutting the city down following the reported deaths of 2 people in New York state.