Health expert on coronavirus & social distancing While the sports world remains shut down by the coronavirus pandemic, UFC president Dana White criticized Americans who “run and hide” from COVID-19. The controversial remarks come as U.S. and world health officials urge people to stay at home and practice social distancing to help slow the spread of the disease and save lives. White told Yahoo Sports columnist Kevin Iole this week that he’s been following recommendations from the government and self-quarantining with his family since March 15. However, the UFC boss believes it’s been over the top, and questioned how long it’s going to last.”How long are we really going to stay in our houses and hide?” he said. “If the coronavirus is what’s going to get me, then so be it. I mean, it is what it is. Heart disease, car accidents, cancer — the list goes on and on of all these things that kill people every year. One thing is guaranteed: We’re all gonna die of something. … You can’t be somebody who’s gonna hide in your house.”  He continued to rant against the guidelines, saying: “Since when do Americans run and hide in their friggin’ houses instead of

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