- Nov 6, 2012
You asked for a reference and I gave you one. I’m losing track of what your point is other than to just argue with whatever I post. I’m advocating for allowing people to resume some semblance of normal life with protections for the most vulnerable due to the vast majority of cases of COVID-19 being mild to symptomless and a significant (arguable I guess) % of people who have already had the virus and have antibodies (Which I will concede offer protection for an unknown length of time). Your advocating for......I’m still waiting for that.
The point is that you are making outlandish claims, with zero information to back up your assertions. There's nothing in that article stating that the study done on NYC residents, is representative of the country as a whole, or that it should be taken as such. This 20-30% of the US population number that you trotted it, is your own misinterpretation of the data from reading the article, and has no basis in reality.
What's my plan, I don't have a "plan", I'm not a policy maker or a public health official. If I had to guess what will happen, I'd say we will see a limitation on international travel, additional lock downs on regions/countries/cities when infections balloon, a reduction in customer capacity at many businesses, all predicated on the ramping up testing and the creation of a safe vaccine and/or proven treatment regime.