Jul 17, 2020
Sometimes the data just doesn’t make sense. The US is at 3.1 million covid infection cases, yet China, where the outbreak originated, is reporting only 90,000 cases. Absolute numbers do not tell the truth. What you need to look at are the number of cases and deaths in respect to the population (i.e. cases and deaths per 100,000 people). Other factors to consider is what is the definition of a case, who determines the cause of death and how accurate that information is. Jack Russo and Dr. Leonard Hayflick talk in greater depths about the massive way coronavirus has infected our population and how we can look at the data and statistics through a different eye.
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