What Does the Growing Number of Coronavirus Cases Really Mean?
Source: Stephen C. Miller article on aier.org
Interesting take on the numbers. I thought some others on here might find this short article interesting & welcome any thoughts or reactions.
I’m a former subscriber but haven’t posted on these forums in many years. So I also wanted to say thanks to all contributors as I always found this to be a great community & honest source of information – esp with so much misinformation on certain topics.
Thanks for posting – very interesting piece. The author leans toward what Chris has been calling scenario B (widespread, very low fatality rate), but he doesn’t really give any good reasons for doing so. Perhaps not surprising given the ideological bent of the AIER. I’d guess they’re in the ‘put ’em back to work’ camp.
Best way to resolve this may be to watch what happens in countries doing aggressive testing – Iceland, S Korea, etc. So far, these seem to indicate LOW levels of infection across the population, indicating that the virus is not nearly as easy to pass along as it seemed to be, and has a much higher fatality rate than seasonal flu, aka scenario A.