posted on Mar, 16 2020 @ 08:24 PM
I know SARS-CoV is a bad killer, and SARS-CoV-2 is not as bad as not as bad. But I can understand the precautions because it has spread so widely
versus SARS-CoV. If SARS-CoV was as spread easily as SARS-CoV-2 we would be in this current situation as well but more. I think this is all a good
precaution but would like to be informed more from ATSers. You guys on ATS are much more intelligent than I could hope to be and Google search for
terms I want such as: How much more contagious is it than other coronaviruses, how much contagious is it than rhinoviruses, flu vs. SARS-CoV-2, etc.
Those search results seem to turn up blanks. Has a comprehensive post been out out here with the science if it all? If so, please link me to it. No
vids, but if necessary, please link a vid. I'm not trying to make anyone type a lot. Heh.
I think it is a good precaution what is being done because I do not yet "know" thins thing. All I "know" is that it kills more than Influenza but
it does not kill nearly as much as SARS-CoV.
I tries research online but nothing came up what I was looking for. Any help towards informing me in this regard would be appreciated, as always.