I have mix feelings about this issue. On one hand, this is a necessary way for natural selection because the human population is way over their carry capacity, and the laws of nature say that if one species crosses the line, their population soon goes down via predators, lack of food, and diseases. Bacteria shares an important role in the ecosystem to keep living organisms at bay from overpopulating other areas, which is why they evolve. We're simply wasting a lot of money that should've been used for alternate resources and deal with global warming rather than on antibiotics that bacteria will eventually resist as the years go by. On the other hand, this situation will lead to something similar to Contagion, which is pretty scary. As modern humans, we don't like the idea of dying from fatal diseases, and we want to save the infected to keep our species alive for generations to come.