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@AtTheMurph posted:

We have a flu vaccine and 80,000 +/- a year still die from the flu. We don't really test for the flu either. You just get it and survive or die from it like many other things.

Adequate testing won't do anything other than tell us that this thing is actually another flu by it's mortality rate. 

The current course is the best course. we slowed the spread and didn't overwhelm the health care system. That's really the best that we can hope for because just like the flu, it will be changing and coming back all the t


I'm 72, lived all over the US and must confess I know of no one who died from the ordinary yearly flu. That got me to thinking about why, one would think that if 10's of thousands are dieing each year I would have. I found this article and found it interesting. Take it for what it is worth.

https://blogs.scientificameric...g-apples-to-oranges/

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