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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss99 View Post
    I also feel like this is a bad dream and we are living in it. I have a friend who's convinced it's the end of the world and has thoroughly prepared for it!
    With the preliminary data at hand, and unless the virus mutates into equally or deadlier strains, I figure that our worst case scenario is that roughly 20% of 20% of 70% (about 3%) of the world population can perish and then we return to normalcy. While this is a horrific figure, it is definitely not the end of the world.

    But if it mutates into other deadly strains and keep doing so, then it could possibly wipe out most of the human race from the face of the planet.

    Note: My 3% loss scenario is based on these preliminary (rough) data published so far. https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

    1. Around 80% of those who contracted the virus recover without being hospitalized. (20% hospitalized)
    2. Around 80% of those hospitalized recover (20% dies). This is preliminary worldwide figure. Started with 90% or so and gradually descends as we go deeper into it. Hopefully this figure will stall at 80% or so.
    3. Around 70% (60%-80%) spread of infection is enough for herd immunity.

    Corona family of virii do mutate. but I hope it won't mutate into such deadly strains.
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    M77 that is true but azithromycin also has antiviral properties. Some antibiotics do but not all. We were told for years than anti bacterials and anti virals were completely different and did not overlap but some do. Zinc, vit D and potassium are also good things to take
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    Firmly believe exercise and sleep are still best practice. (prophylacticlly)
    > along with distancing and hygeine.

    If even a small portion of the population start gobbling down AB's, could be in for an unexpected surge in bacteria related issues down the road.
    Query it with trusted pharmacist/chemist first.
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    This is troublesome. I hope the virus won't linger in some of the patients after recovery and turn into a chronic disease, like herpes, HPV, HIV, etc.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-h...-idUSKCN21V0JQ
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    Quote Originally Posted by temmuz View Post
    This is troublesome. I hope the virus won't linger in some of the patients after recovery and turn into a chronic disease, like herpes, HPV, HIV, etc.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-h...-idUSKCN21V0JQ
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    Solid point!
    The term “reactivated” seems to trending at the moment.
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    What the china virus is doing is thinning the herd. Yes a few young people have died but virtually all of them had a comorbidity; hypertension, diabetes, obesity, etc. The elderly are most at risk but even among them its mostly those with comorbidities who die. Or who don't get the latest treatment.

    While its not good that 3% or 1% or however many will die, what is good is that its almost entirely those who are already ill or have bad conditions. I'm in an age related risk group so I may be one of the 3% but that does not change my view. This will ultimately do good for humans as a whole though not so good for those who get it.

    I don't believe it will mutate into something equally deadly. We have not seen that in the past with other pathogens. However, there is a possibility that those who recover might not have permanent immunity and may come down again. Its also possible that it will become a chronic disease like lyme, aids, chicken pox and so many others that go into remission but may come back later.

    Such is life, we take the good with the bad. This is what you signed up for. If you don't remember signing up for it then too bad lol. I may not be around much longer for various reasons or you may have to put up with me for years but either way, I'm content. Why worry about what might happen? Good luck all and remember to wear a mask when outside.
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    https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/covid-19/...drap-viewpoint

    Welcome to "COVID-19: The CIDRAP Viewpoint." We appreciate that other expert groups have produced detailed plans for mitigating SARS-CoV-2 transmission and for reopening the country after stay-at-home orders and other important mitigation steps are eased. Our intent with the Viewpoint is to add key information and address issues that haven't garnered the attention they deserve and reflect the unique experience and expertise among the CIDRAP team and our expert consultants.

    We will address timely issues with straight talk and clarity. And the steps we will recommend will be based on our current reality and the best available data. Our goal is to help planners envision some of the situations that might present themselves later this year or next year so that they can take key steps now, while there’s still time.

    "COVID-19: The CIDRAP Viewpoint" will address such topics as pandemic scenarios going forward, crisis communication, testing, contact tracing, surveillance, supply chains, and epidemiology issues and key areas for research. We will release approximately one to two reports per week.

    Our hope is that our effort can help you plan more effectively and understand the many aspects of this pandemic more clearly—and for you and your family, friends, and colleagues to be safer.

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