Michael J. Stern, Opinion columnist Published 5:00 a.m. ET March 27, 2020 | Updated 11:29 a.m. ET March 27, 2020CLOSE Arizona Republic reporter John D’Anna shares specific actions you can take to ensure seniors and the elderly in your community are taken care of. USA TODAYTrump’s coronavirus strategy is to convince people to jeopardize their health by returning to work and deceive them about the magnitude of the risk.I acknowledge that a week of shelter in place has left me on the edge.  I used a beard clipper to cut my hair, resulting in a silent prayer that the governor’s home confinement order lasts at least two weeks. I’ve gotten into Twitter fights with people who thought I was selfish for griping about the endless texts outlining coronavirus policies from my local realtor, car wash and furnace repairman. And I’ve seriously considered venturing to a nearby grocery store to buy Xanthan gum, in an effort to close a gap in my newly alphabetized spice shelf.  But when Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick suggested that senior citizens should risk a painful death by COVID-19 in order to keep the economy humming for the younger generation, my head nearly exploded. Hell no, I’m not willing to let my parents die in order


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