Stephanie Papas wrote a good article, unusually well balanced, with one flaw. A case-fataility ratio of 0.8 is 80%.
Watcher, I am not disputing that, but do you have a source of information for saying that? thanksFor individuals with underlying conditions, the occurrence of serious, detrimental health effect is upwards of six to eight percent. e.g. Diabetes, Hyper Tension. Individuals up in age are also more vulnerable than the at-large population. That's nothing to treat casually.
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