COVID-19: Is It as Deadly as They Say?

COVID-19: Is It as Deadly as They Say?

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COVID-19: Is It as Deadly as They Say?

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Correction: The formula is Deaths/infection x100, not infection/deaths. Also – realize that all the data I am presenting is based on credible sources in this description section below:

0:07 Infection mortality rate 
0:20 New coronavirus evidence 
1:04 COVID-19 and antibodies 
2:44 COVID-19 fatality rates 

Today we’re going to talk about the infection fatality rate of COVID-19. The infection fatality rate is basically the percentage of how many people who were infected with COVID-19 died. It’s the number of infections divided by the deaths from the infection. 

Recent evidence indicates that COVID-19 may not be as deadly as previously thought. This really has to do with a lack of testing. 

It was thought that about 1 million people were infected with COVID-19. But, new evidence suggests that this number is way too low by a factor of 10x, and possibly even up to 30x. 

The coronavirus has a goal of getting into the cell and quickly doing damage. Once the virus is in the cell, the immune system doesn’t know it’s in there until after it replicates, and it comes out of the cell. Then, the immune system starts to attack the virus, and there is an immune reaction. At this point, B cells start making antibodies to COVID-19. 

Let’s say you overcame an infection, and you get tested for it. They’re not going to find the virus, but they will find antibodies to the virus. It has been found that a lot more people had the infection, overcame it, and developed antibodies without ending up in the hospital or having any significant problems. This new information creates a completely different picture of the infection fatality rate. 

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