I am not sure about the why or end result of any of your questions if one attempted to answer or debate .
Originally Posted by twowheeladdict
Many believe those two worked in the lab experimenting with COVID-19. I would like to see their WHO conducted autopsy.
How do you explain all the people who fully recovered.
How do you explain why we didn’t do this reaction when previous novel viruses spread around the world?
How do you explain not taking this level of precaution all the time since the World Health Organization estimates an average of 500,000 people die every single year from the flu?
What I know is if we had the ability to slow down time, say 1 day could be 1 month. It would then be feasible to say in our slowed down world that in 12 to 14 days we have a vaccine , it takes two weeks to build a immunity after the vaccine. So my electrical mind at work is assuming that if the world works together at this, we could slow it down to the point that a vacinne be available.Remember the ratio of health care workers isn't 50 / 50 to the rest of the working population. So from what I can gather, intelligence is using a model they tried out last year. Reduce exposure , reduce death , listen. If you have a solution speak up. What I heard today is Ontario put up 300 more phone lines for https://news.ontario.ca/mohltc/en/20...resources.html
. Our prime Minister had his wife come down with Covid 19, he self isolated, he did not get tested, he is suggesting to follow direction, use the test kit only if you are ill. What I saw on Buffalo news last week was people driving across state to get these test kits, it looked like the fire evacuation in Australia. Chance are good that between the mental and physical stress , chances are good that some of those people contracted covid 19.
I can relate to the former SARS epidemic, I was in emergency with a shop rag on my head, I needed six stitches, I sat there for 3 hours, all those people sick, I ended up calling my doctor and going there, I bled another two hours before he stitched me up. All the time I had a co-worker with me, it was a industrial accident, I sent him back to the job site and told him I would call for a ride, it was the end of the work day when I was discharged from the doctors office. Right now they are erring on the side of caution. Any updates or news is probably welcome to others. I for one have only one suggestion, in Canada we seem to have some really smart people, I am listening to them. When this is over , some things worked, some things not so much. My wife suggested I carry a empty large mouth bottle with me if I go for a ride.You figure it out.
When the person that dies is someone significant, the question why visitors were allowed may come up, no going back in time. Been there done that. There will be lots of analysis after, right now there is over $100 billion coming to help people in Canada and companies affected by this, the list is long. If someone is about to be evicted, that is frozen, a long list, protection for mortgage holders, no one will lose their job , those companies will be given monetary help per person affected. Like I said a long list.
So my very first sentence, I have no answer for your questions. I am limiting my contact with others, but do a 2 to 3 km walk each day with the dog.