Actually as of April 6th the number of worldwide confirmed cases reported to the WHO is 1,210,244 with the number of related deaths standing at 67,583. Now there are a several caveats to go along with those numbers but to save you the trouble of doing the math yourseelf that equals a 5.58% mortality rate.pelmet wrote: ↑Mon Apr 06, 2020 11:06 am
4. It is not nearly as high a death rate as you are saying...."On Mar. 3, the World Health Organization said the mortality rate for the virus had increased to 3.4 per cent." Guess what WHO.....there are all kinds of people without symptoms or few symptoms who never got tested. The mortality rate is much lower than estimates because so many people have few symptoms.
Shred away experts.
Time to get the young people infected while getting the economy going while older people are quarantined.
But what are stats and medical expertise against the awe inspiring mental powers of Professor Pelmet? We should all bow...