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A few months ago, the calculations were that theoretically if no measures were taken the demand for ICU would be like 20 times higher than there even are ICUs in this country. At that point, it’s gonna be noticed.
But how would you know? Who are you seeing every day seriously ill with covid?
@TienShenhan well i work at a covid testing centre so im better qualified to comment than the ''hoax theory'' button tappers sat at home with no knowledge whatsoever of whats real
Ah, so you use PCR tests and that qualifies you to speak of the plague?
@TienShenhan no i work on a site that looks like a zombie apocalypse with the sickness of people coming for a test... they are not actors but come on, whats your qualification?
You haven't even said what your qualifications are, if you aren't using PCR tests then what form of testing are you using? What is your job? I'm not the one saying only certain people are allowed to have an opinion on the matter, you are, so what's your quals?
Everyone too sick to work? Why would that happen?
@TienShenhan Because coronavirus makes people very sick and about 40% of the people who have contracted it still have it this late in and it is very contagious. So if we didn't lock-down the virus would have made half the population too sick to work for weeks and about 1/4 of the population too sick for months on end. And unlike the lockdown, the virus doesn't discriminate between essential and non-essential workers (food production, power generation, water sanitation, all that good shit).
People dont have it for the duration of the lockdown. If we all got sick with it all at once our economy would have taken a 5 week hit, that's way better. Being afraid and hiding will never be a better alternative to facing the music
@TienShenhan No but a significant fraction of the population would be incapacitated for the duration of the lockdown. I mean you might have 1/2 the population incapacitated for a month but you'd have to wait a couple months until 3/4 of the work force is able to work again. And that's ignoring the cascading effects of people being unable to work essential jobs. Either way, letting the virus spread will do way more harm to the economy than the lockdown did.
I seriously doubt that
@TienShenhan Well you're entitled to your opinion.
Not when Covid crossed borders so rapidly.
@Whatthefluff So have a lot of other viruses and diseases in the past.
How would you know?
@TienShenhan because I can read.
Yeah, but you only read whats put in front of you. Reading about deaths should not cause suspicion on a planet populated by mortals
@TienShenhan you don't know wtf I read but keep assuming.
Covid can't be treated? since when?
@TienShenhan Since the outbreak of the pandemic dummy. Why is it a pandemic?
A pandemic is supposed to be a disease that spreads worldwide. Has nothing to do with it being treatable or not, but you are 100% wrong. It can be treated and has been.
Bad cases of the flu are far worse, and actually noticeable. This is more like a regular flu year
@TienShenhan then I wouldn’t think anything of it most likely unless i heard the hospitals were overwhelmed
Oh no that's just every day America so they still wouldn't notice
There were still newspapers. And Spanish Flu was about a hundred times more deadly than Covid-19.
@IlluminatiExposed0 but didn't infect as many people.