You have identified the conundrum I am facing.
High altitude air is cleaner with less germs, dirt, and pollution overall.
Plus more sun and a healthier population.
Most of the western states are too high, dry or rugged for farming, ranching, or animals that harbor germs and antibiotics.
However high altitude is also cold that causes colds and flu.
Cold not only weakens your body overall, you can slip and fall on ice.
Cold freeze dries the cold and flu viruses into little spores that can penetrate nasal and lung tissues.
Spores can spread thru the air easily and survive long periods of time on doorknobs, seats, phones, and all surfaces.
People huddle indoors and cough and sneeze on each other.
Why so much colds and flu in the winter.
Hot humid weather kills the flu viruses and spores.
Plus nose and lung tissues need the warm moisture to stay strong and resist disease.
Beaches the best, surrounded by forests.
But if the weather gets too hot then people turn on air conditioners.
Air conditioners toughen the germs, form spores, and spread to you.
Hence summer colds and flu.
Mild weather is probably why Hawaii people live longer.
No air conditioners needed.
No heater either - no cold, snow, ice, slips, falls.
Plus sun, beach, rest, relaxation, low stress, better diet tropical fruits.
Plus most areas very low population, too low, too distant, too remote.
However Hawaii lacks altitude so there will be lots of germs in the air, bugs, flies, molds from the humidity.
Some of that mess may be good germs - probiotics for the lungs.
Viruses eat bacteria and molds.
Bacteria eat molds and each other.
You need lots of good microbes in your lungs, skin and guts - the microbiome.
If your lungs are deficient in good viruses and bacteria then
Hawaii beaches may be a place to get good probiotic germs.
Probably better is Pensacola Florida, Biloxi, Galveston, Gulf Shores, Myrtle Beach, New Orleans, Brownsville…
Any of the warm southeast beaches with 50+ inches of rain .
lots of natural germs in the environment surrounded by forests.
Zinc and selenium from gulf Oysters needed for strong immune system.
Just avoid mosquitos, biting flies, snakes, negroes, alligators, and other dangers in those areas.
All of the fancy beach areas will be safe enough and much cheaper than Hawaii the best.
Most good areas much cheaper than California
(except for expensive Miami and the Trump / Drudge / Rush Limbaugh neighborhoods.)
Colorado has the best rated lung hospitals Denver/Aurora University.
Tuberculosis used to be very common and victims often sought higher altitude for cures.
Probably a long tradition of TB sanatariums in Colorado..
I would probably pick Colorado Springs Air Force Academy, Olympic Training, Pikes Peak running area.
Probably numerous gyms and health food stores to keep the population as fit as possible for demanding war / sport performance.
All sorts of natural performance boosters and doctors who know what to use.
And they are strictly forbidden to use drugs and constantly get urine, hair, blood checked and stored for decades.
Wyoming Laramie University area is a little higher 7000+ feet and windier.
Better air quality due to wind and less cars.
Denver Boulder Fort Collins University area is 5000 feet blocked from the wind and cold by big mountains but that allows car truck smog to accumulate.
Laramie is 7000 feet with flatter land to the north and west allowing more wind fresh air.
Wyoming is Zero income tax - no tax form to file- and lower tax overall than Colorado.
Denver and Cheyenne Wyoming are only 60 miles apart, or so.
Most of the population is clustered in the flat area along the border as are the best Doctors and Hospitals.
The problem is the cold winter.
A two state solution is needed to maximize lung health.
Wyoming Colorado Rocky Mountain High for the summer.
Gulf Coast in the winter close to Houston worlds largest medical center, or Tulane, or University of Florida.
Maybe Fredricksburg Texas Hill Country German speaking small town HQ USAA bank close to San Antonio Medical College big city services.
The only single state solution is probably Hawaii that is good year round.
Or maybe University of Virginia Charlottesville near Washington DC.
Or University of Delaware just west of the Annapolis Naval Academy Queen Christiana New Sweden Johns Hopkins U Pennsylvania.
But mid-Atlantic does get snow and ice in winter and heat in summer with air conditioning dangers.
Probably better for younger working people who need the money in politics.
Retired people have options to move to healthier weather in Hawaii beach or Colorado Rocky Mountain high.
Las Vegas area may be ok in the winter,
Desert hell holes lack animals that can spread disease just be careful of the gamblers.
Also lack good medical if you do get sick but only 4 hours from Los Angeles Loma Linda UCLA full of good doctors.
Freeway goes straight to Utah ski resorts or Yellowstone Jackson Hole Wyoming, or another freeway to Vail Colorado.
Faster drive but not as healthy as the Denver+Galveston option.
Always keep home windows open to fresh air.
Modern houses are toxic dumps filled with molds, germs, mycotoxins, viruses, toxic clothes, furniture, appliances, from poor muslim countries and their germs and chemical poisons.
Any need for air conditioner or heater is a warning sign to move.
This was a really informative explanation of our problem with ARG's and antibody misuse.
You mention Colorado.
Do you have a city in mind that might be the most desired?
I have been watching the TV program "Mountain Men" and the subject came up about clean air living.
The consensus seems to be that extreme cold climate is condusive to greater developement of colds due to the lowering of body resistance due to the cold.
The body's ability to fight off infection is somewhat compromised, even though there is a bug free air to breath.
Altitude may be the key.