Well there no actual cure for the flu either, they guesstimate he stein each year - sometimes they miss. I worked in healthcare and have a degree so yes I’m fairly aware.
Well then you would know of the powers of vitamin c in high dosages? the only cure is immune system. So I fear for the vulnerable people whose immune systems aren’t strong enough to fight off the virus.
I mean I can understand why you’d be concerned. But people who are not need to get a grip.
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It shouldn’t be underestimated, that’s right. But not underestimating is definitely does not mean overreacting! Let’s keep it in context here. It affects people with underlying illness/conditions. Many things do, not just covid 19. The virus itself has proved firmly harmless so far for healthy people. Vulnerablenpeople will always be at risk, not just from covid 19. It’s just that viruses spread rapidly as they’re contagious, hence the precautions, which are 100% valid for those considered vulnerable. But for the rest of the populations, overreacting just creates more chaos, it’s not only ridiculous, but pointless and defeats the point!
I totally agree. That’s partly because they can’t measure it all accurately enough just yet though. Plenty of other things kill more people on a regular basis but this is getting far more media coverage.
Every single winter more people will die from flu virus & other exacerbated comorbeidities. And still, lots of people won’t take the flu jab. 🤷🏼♀️
I don’t really buy that. The government (at least in my country) has been releasing information slowly. But people seem to be catastrophising it and jumping to worst case scenarios already.
Other current events such as?
What "other people" are catastrophising it?
Errr everyone who’s stocking up on pointless things like crazy! Your diversion hasn’t worked by the way, you still haven’t justified any actual their issues.
Where are they getting the idea that it's a catastrophe?
Ironic. These types of viruses don’t usually last long enough to keep effectively evolving once in evolved to spread in humans. 🙄
I’ll just let my own immunity build up. No biggie.
Also, soap and hot water ised thoroughly is actually much more effective than hand sanitizer- just saying.
yeah. I have plenty of soap for myself. But what kind of American would I be if I didn't help the people out that were willing to pay $30 for an 8 ounce bottle of hand sanitizer? lol. What's pissing me off is all the toilet paper hoarding. There's no need for that unless they're not planning to leave the house for years.
It’s ridiculous. Honestly, times like these make me question the lack of sheer common sense. Now THAT’S worrying!
exactly. common sense goes out the window when people think they're about to be fighting for their lives, and living in a world with empty Walmart shelves. I laughed out loud when I saw a lady with a shopping cart completely full of Pringles potato chips. She's obviously stocking up on the important things. :D
Yeah that’s a good point. I guess were just the type of people who are better at dealing with shit when the shit hits the fan so to speak.
I wouldn’t mind but unless you’re someone who is at risk, why aren’t people educating themselves? Surely that’s much better than sheer blind panic. I just don’t understand this level of reaction. More people die daily of other health conditions to be fair. Yes it’ll spread like wildfire but it’s generally very mild for the majority. Even if he virus mutates it’s not likely to be able to cause much harm as RNA viruses aren’t that good at replicating to survive that long. Educate yourselves people!
His should go without saying but I’ll say it anyway. I know not enough about it is known to say for sure. But just look at the patterns we’ve seen so far - the evidence! And educated guesses which equate to common sense based on what we do know so far.