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So how many asymptomatic cases who haven't been tested because they have no symptoms and don't realize they are infected should we be adding to that number of cases total? I am not talking about pre symptomatic. I mean literally asymptomatic. It does spread asymptomatically right? That's why everyone has to wear a mask, right?
Why would you consider someone who has no symptoms, and has not tested positive for COVID-19, as a 'case' of the illness?
What is to differentiate it between someone who just doesn't have COVID-19 at all?
And in a critical care situation, is the guessed at number relevant at all? I could see how it impacts on epidemic spread, but it's not relevant to the situation where you are accounting for the number of people who die of COVID-19.
If I were putting a product out on a market this big and this high profile I'd do my absolute level best to make sure that I ended up on the right side of history.
If this shot is found to be dangerous, even in 10 years time, it will DESTROY the companies that released it. They might have immunity today, but if a million people turn up dead because of their product they sure won't have immunity in the future because all that it would take is for one first world country to have a government that decided to revoke it and that company would be obliterated on the stock market, and its name would be so tarnished that nobody would want to do business with it ever again.
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