It can also be argued that the majority of people who felt sick, voluntarily stayed at home to recover. It can be argued that the more people who are infected and recover, the less people the virus can fully infect. It can be argued statistically, that the lockdown itself was the cause of many times more people becoming infected and dying from the virus. It could also be argued that having hot chicken for lunch, will keep this virus at bay. How about this new research finding. That before this pandemic began, the SARS-CoV-2 virus had already visited us, and given at least a 5th of us antibodies against this pathogen. Finally, this virus can be benign in some people, and never reach the lungs.None, but it could be argued that the reason that none were overwhelmed is because of the strict lockdown measures.
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Unfortunately, all of these reasons could have some merits(or none), regarding why Australian hospitals have not been overwhelmed. They are also just as valid as having strict lockdown measures.
Without providing any direct evidence, or verifiable stats, these can all be just fallacious assumptions.
I was saying, that if the government is so concerned that the hospitals would be overwhelmed, then shouldn't they have use their emergency resources to address their fears?Can you rephrase?
What I said was, "Without facts, there is only speculation and supposition. We could make this same claim for any disease. Therefore, without facts or evidence, we could make any claim we want about ANY DISEASE we want.Any disease, or any disease with the same level of transmissibility?
There are 2 major differences between the SARS-CoV-2 virus. It was a mutation version of the SARS virus. This mutation allowed it to withstand our higher core body temperature. Therefore, it could replicate within the lung tissues as well as within the upper respiratory tissues. Regarding transmissibility, the normal flu virus can infect upt to 3 people. The SARS-CoV-2 virus can infect up to 4-5 people
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It is ironic that for all coronaviruses, sunlight and UV radiation would quickly destroy them. Yet our genius of a plan, is to herd everyone in places at room temperature. The perfect temperature for these viruses to survive longer to infect more people. Go figure!!