Doctors Dan Erickson and Artin Massihi, owners of an urgent care facility in California, say hospitals are empty because 'non-essential' surgeries have been canceled while many doctors and nurses have been sent home to make room for COVID-19 patients that never showed up. Dr. Erickson says that California, which has a population of 40-million, reported 1,221 coronavirus deaths. That means there is a 0.03% chance of dying from the virus in California. This is much lower than the 2017-2018-flu death rate. He explains that the immune system is strengthened by daily exposure to viruses and bacteria. Isolation and a sterile environment are detrimental to the immune system, which means the COVID-19 lock down is causing a higher risk of illness and death. 2020-04-27. Souce: YouTube - now banned.