Doctors are in a much better position to treat severe illness. Two steroid treatments have been found to reduce the risk of death in the seriously ill, while much has been learned about how Covid behaves, which means hospitals will be better prepared for problems such as blood clots and kidney damage.
It means many are confident the scale of deaths seen earlier will not be repeated.
This is what I have been saying for so long.
Don’t believe the communists. They are great liars. They probably unleashed the virus to benefit from the chaos created.
China must not be allowed to benefit from the chaos brought by CV-19.
The so-called experts and Big Pharma have failed the world on the pandemic.
They can take their data, predictive models and science and shuff them up the ass.
The world, plagued by incredible stupidity, fighting losing battle against CV-19.
High time we learn to live and let live with the novel Corona virus.
The onus is on the people to make sure the virus has no place to go and dies out.
It’s high time to recognise that the cure cannot be worse than the disease.
Virus or no virus, infections or no infections, vaccine or no vaccine, the economy should be the priority for gov’ts although it’s argued that there would be no economy without resolving a public healthcare crisis.
If economy is not made the priority by gov’ts, the living will envy the dead. We cannot allow the economy to collapse and implode.
So far, gov’ts have enforced shutdowns and lockdowns for only one reason: to keep a lid on hospitalisations. Otherwise, it’s feared that the public healthcare system will collapse and implode. So far, as far as can be seen, this collapse has not happened anywhere in the world including in the US, India and Brazil, the countries with the highest number of virus cases in the world.
Shutdowns and lockdowns, unless confined to local communities, are grave strategic errors.
The media is clearly not helping by spreading public alarm by an inability to connect the dots.
There’s no cause for public alarm as long as the number of deaths possibly arising from symptoms ALSO related to the CV-19 remain at a fraction of the deaths from non-CV-19 causes. Again, what matters is the mortality rate per thousand in CV-19 cases vs non-CV-19 cases.
If non-masking in public is the reason for the rise in virus cases, it’s common sense to wear the mask. However, it may not be so simple as that. The jury is still out on whether masking in public can help reduce the number of virus cases.
It’s accepted that the respiratory system must be protected from even the slight breeze that carries dust-laden virus particles. If that’s the case, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Keep on the safe side in public and wear the mask. This can only be a personal choice.
No law can invade private space and make mask-wearing mandatory.
However, there can be a law which states that those found without a mask in public can be sent home.