Re: « What's on your mind? »
Posted: 18 Sep 2020, 12:35
I didn't know it was April 1! I must be losing track of time.
Let's help each other out
Tragic. OTOH, if this happened in the United States, I would just say, "Of course it happened here". In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if something like this hasn't already happened in the United States several times. We've have already identified that the current administration and the governors in some states are hiding or purposely fudging the data so that things won't appear to be as bad as they are.garry wrote: ↑05 Oct 2020, 08:43EXCEL -Problem 20201005
16,000 Covid cases are missed because an 'Excel spreadsheet maxed out and wouldn't update' - meaning thousands of potentially infected contacts slipped through net
Well, the question isn't if you will catch it, just when.
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It would be more accurate to say that it may be that you are more likely to eventually catch it than not. I have not heard of any projections that say everyone will eventually catch it. Even if no precautions were taken, most experts believe that a population would reach “herd immunity” when most (60% - 70%) of the population has been infected. Even with the question of whether those who have had it will have long-term immunity, it is still not expected that it will infect everyone eventually.