Inside the Survivalist Bunker Where Some Wealthy People Hope to Ride Out Coronavirus | Vanity Fair

Inside the Survivalist Bunker Where Some Wealthy People Hope to Ride Out Coronavirus | Vanity Fair

The coronavirus seems to be highly contagious. A lot of government agencies are very concerned. I’m concerned about how concerned the people get. I believe the threat will come from mass hysteria more than the actual virus. If all of a sudden there’s quarantines being thrown out, whether it’s overkill or not, quarantine means shelves empty, people getting angry, lawlessness on the streets. Things can get crazy. That’s more a concern than the virus itself.

I’m staying highly alert. I’m watching how long it takes different areas to call a quarantine, travel bans, to see if shelves are emptying with supplies. My threat index in terms of continuity of business, family, if all of a sudden, I can’t conduct business, then I will head out to a nice staycation at one of the facilities, probably Larry’s because it’s biologically fortified. And I’ll bring my team and we’ll have fun in a triple-A facility and watch movies and go to the water park and have a great time. And I won’t have to worry about that because I have that facility.

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