WoW! Best ever Covid info compilation.
A lot of what we all know and a bunch that we didn’t all fully documented with links and vids.
“30 facts you NEED to know: Your Covid Cribsheet”
Yeah, Basically, what this shows is that old and sick people who are “frail and fragile” have always succumb in the event of infectious disease, be it flu , cold or anything. This is no different. Just it is novel , and will infect a higher percent of population. The actual risk of dying may be increased because there are more infections going around. But in the end, this is not an issue for people the regular cold or flu would represent – Maybe like a slightly more severe flu. It really is a nothing burger for people under 50.
Superb! Thank you so much for finding this. I have been trying to compile my own but it’s a lot of work.
Terrific summary for sharing and persuading.
The info is to the point and documented. This is the kind of summary I like to see.
If we try to persuade by presenting the big picture without the details or documentation or evidence, it’s too easy to reject as simple unwarranted conjecture or conspiracy theory. Presenting too many details in the weeds loses sight of the big picture. Linking the details and the bigger context is critical and this is excellent.
This would be good for other large conspiracies, such as Fed control of money supply to rob from private citizens, or big Agriculture pushing fat and cholesterol as bad, etc.
Nordicjack – Is it really a novel virus when it has 86.85% similarity to Sars cov1?
Which had a 9.6 mortality rate so I am glad it is not more similar.
Netlej, I guess not completely novel, except it appears to be more infectious. Interesting enough – according to fauci, HCQ is not novel for treatment of all coronavirus and it was also effective. Not sure how that was buried so conveniently.
It’s a good list. However, it is glaringly absent any discussion of therapeutics. It should have included a section with real data about IVM, HCQ, VITD, etc. (see https://c19early.com). Still, a good list and summary all the same.
The author of the piece has asked for any additions suggested so I will push this message to them.