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BritPedeMEGA [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

Strange that this wasn't followed for SARS1, which had a CFR of about 10%, and hospitals all over Canada didn't fall apart or the country go into hysterics.

However if someone is terrified that a doc or nurse treating you (for an unreleated instake say) may have caught the rona that day from the checkout line at Walmart, despite it having an IFR at worst of 0.31% <70 - then you got bigger issues.

tuchodi -5 points ago +1 / -6

Strange that this wasn't followed for SARS1

"a total of 8,098 people worldwide became sick with SARS during the 2003 outbreak. Of these, 774 died." https://www.cdc.gov/sars/about/fs-sars.html

SARS2 - currently 327,198,129 cases, 5,555,298 deaths.

Can you spot the difference?

CaptainSassyPants 2 points ago +2 / -0

Both the deaths and cases are inflated and not factual. Why hasn't this absolute retard been removed?

BritPedeMEGA [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes. SARS1 was way, way deadlier than it's 'sequel' (which is about 80% similar) SARS2. On orders of magnititude.

"In Taiwan the first case of SARS was...Mar.14,03;7 there were 78 cases...end of April...676 cases...end of May.6 The first death... Apr. 27, at which time the CFR was only 3.8%. ...mid-May the CFR rose... to about 45% and then stabilized at about 15% in June.

In Canada the first case of SARS was...Feb. 23...first 10 deaths were... Apr. 7...CFR was 38.5%; it fell to... 20% by the end of April... stabilized at about 17% in late June.

...Hong Kong CFR about 71% early in the outbreak but later fell to about 17%." Canadian medical Assoc: https://www.cmaj.ca/content/169/4/277.2

Compare to the Kung Flu MKII SARS2 - currently 327,198,129 cases, 5,555,298 deaths.

So a CFR of 1.7%. IOW a survival rate of at worst, 98.3%.

Now take out everyone with at least one serious comorbidity, misreported "cases", all the bizarre ones of people "dying of COVID" coming in with gunshot wounds or car crashes, crunch the numbers again to exclude >70yrs (CDC director video her saying 75% had comorbidities: https://omegacanada.win/p/141EnBvF8z/whoops-good-morning-america-edit/c/ )

and voila, it's a flu/respiratory like bug that only kills the elderly, very sick in large numbers, and leaves younger and healthy people alone.

So just like flu has been doing then for decades. It's a storm in an epidemiological tea cup.

tuchodi -4 points ago +1 / -5

Got those elective surgeries up and running yet?

BritPedeMEGA [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

You're asking the wrong person.

Maybe call your chum fatty ford and ask him why he isnt getting surgeries done despite being awash in beds. Oh. thats right. He fired lots of staff over a near harmless bug.