- Nov 21, 2008
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No we don't. That's not true at all.We know now that SARSCOV2 is less lethal but more contagious than influenza.
There's a big difference between herd immunity with a vaccine and one without it. Getting to that point without one is much harder to do. We don't even know if it is achievable. Maybe it is but maybe it isn't.You can't bet against herd immunity and bet in favor of a vaccine. They are the same thing. Vaccine induces herd immunity, but the time the vaccine arrives, herd immunity will already have been achieved, unless the government prevents the disease from running its course.
.02% would equal about 66K deaths in the US if everyone had it. Perhaps you meant 0.2%? I'm not sure where you got that number but even if it is true, that would mean it's twice as deadly as the flu.The Infection Mortality Rate is exceedingly small, like 0.02 percent. Nothing near what the modelers predicted.
WowQuit trying to help others with this lockdown and mask wearing, the lockdowns are creating enormous collateral damage, from bankrupticies, suicides, child abuse, undetected cancer, domestic violence, riots...