- Nov 11, 2019
Let's hope so but that's only a maybe at this time since there's a possibility that those who have recovered have become infected again. So immunity may not be a sure thing. Then there's the possibility of the disease mutating.
True for the stoppable diseases but some have no vaccine and others are nearly impossible to develop inoculations for due to the number of strains and mutations.Surely everything was deemed as unstoppable till we made the medicine to beat the disease/virus?
Should be very careful using Stanford's data on Santa Clara residents. It has not been peer reviewed and has some serious problems about sampling. People were recruited using Facebook Ad. People wanting to know their status are more motivated to volunteer. Self-selection is a problem. But is no way a random testing. Only people active on Facebook would have participated. This is not a good slice across a population. Lastly, I see no evidence that researcher ascertained whether multiple participants may have come from same household (family, roommates, etc.) If multiple samples from same household, more likely to get infected and make incidence much higher.Get this video to the President! Serological antibody testing done by Stanford researchers in Santa Clara County, CA prove Covid-19 has a similar death rate to the flu! We've been lied to and mislead by numbers from the government of the country from which the virus came from. Dr. F got it wrong and we shut down the whole economy for the Flu!
Unfortunately, less than half of those over 65 get flu vaccine as recommended in USA and far fewer adults under 65. The CDC mixes a concoction of various strains they predict will be active each flu season. Last 10 years, the effectiveness has been less than 50% most yearsYou also have to consider that there's no vaccine for covid-19, but there is for the flu. The flu has been around for years...