Its like half the deaths from Corona virus, yep they had the virus so it must have killed them, forget the fact they would have possibly died within a week anyway from pre existing health issues.It's good news that the Blackwater case appears to have not been a Covid-19 death. Bit of a mess with all the extra testing that went on, but better to be safe than sorry!?
Queensland Health confirms further tests show Nathan Turner, 30, who returned a positive test after his death and prompted the setup of fever clinics and contact tracing in the town of Blackwater, did not in fact have coronavirus.www.abc.net.au
4% of the sampled population have antibodies meaning herd immunity is not practicalEven better news, preliminary results from Spain indicate that only 4% of people who've had the virus maintain the antibodies in their system. This technically means that a vaccine will be useless for most people.
I had heard reports that some had contacted it 2 or 3 times. They say the virus is mutating. Reported that a new more infectious version is around but is not any more dangerous than the others. Then that is what I've heard.
This is interesting.. I hadn't heard this (I haven't been following along closely for a while now. Got sick of hearing about it TBH). If that is the case though then it does start leaning towards an argument for maintaining business as usual and just accepting COVID-19 as part of life now, similar to how we think of the common cold or flu....
There's early information out there from New york for example that as much as 20% of the population in sample testing show antibodies, meaning there were literally millions of asymptomatic people. Whilst that sounds bad in that there were more infections (and that is bad), its also good in that the overall death rate is much much lower than feared.
Yeah ... though its all just some shit i read on a forum and loosely understood, that someone probably posted from some other forum they read some shit on, from some medical information that is often clinical & difficult to correctly context ... and then there's the differences in reporting in different countries. Of course that's all before the politicians get involved and spread whatever slant they want, backed by a population who in large want single sentence headlines, lap up whatever their biases feed them, and don't really read much deeper into anything these days.This is interesting.. I hadn't heard this (I haven't been following along closely for a while now. Got sick of hearing about it TBH). If that is the case though then it does start leaning towards an argument for maintaining business as usual and just accepting COVID-19 as part of life now, similar to how we think of the common cold or flu.