posted on Apr, 5 2020 @ 11:39 AM
I feel like, unless/until science can produce and distribute a reliable vaccine, this only goes one way.
Everyone will be exposed to the virus eventually. From that viewpoint, the virus itself kills as many as it does, either way.
The big difference is the people who would have survived, if they could have gotten a ventilator for a few weeks (2-8) when their bodies could not
My area is calculated to reach peak acuity in about 10 days. My own graphs indicate ( only a few days' trend) that the onslaught of new cases may be
slowing. Slowing the rate of increase, but still increasing day by day.
Most people today talk about "The Black Plague" as if it were a singular event. It actually hit Europe initially around 1340. But then it had "echo
effects" that reverberated around the world for 300 years. Fifty years after the initial outbreak, the population in Europe had declined by 75%
I know there were reports last week that people in wuhan that got sick in January and were later declared test-negative are getting sick all over
again. I haven't seen any follow-up stories, but this is what id expect from a recombinant virus like the coronavirus family