Coronavirus Mortality Rate Could Drop

Health experts say the mortality rate of the coronavirus will likely drop as more is learned about the virus and more cases are accounted for. On Tuesday, the World Health Organization’s director general said, globally, about 3.4 percent of reported COVID-19 cases have died. By comparison, seasonal flu generally kills far fewer than one percent of those infected. According to The Hill, health experts with the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, mild cases of the coronavirus are likely unaccounted for, resulting in a skewed mortality rate for the outbreak.

6 Responses to "Coronavirus Mortality Rate Could Drop"

  1. Armando Navarro   March 12, 2020 at 9:38 am

    Please comment on the influence of weather rain and temperatures on the spread of the virus. If we all stay home how long could it take for the virus to go away?

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  2. Colorado   March 12, 2020 at 11:26 am

    Look at all those masks and testing kits! I’ll believe China has this under control, when I see a dang N-95 mask on the shelf, and not a moment sooner. How could it be that not a single company in the USA is capable of ramping up and producing a simple N-95 mask for this extreme demand? These feel good news stories do not compute, because where are our preventative tools like masks and testing kits here in the USA? I’ve been trying to source the majority of things I purchase, from anywhere except China for most of my adult life, preferably domestically produced. I can’t do it alone.

    Trust WHO? The same group whom brought this abuse of liberty and discrimination against informed medical decision making and personal consent? These companies and organizations discredited themselves. Find someone else to rely on for valid information, we don’t want to hear anything from big pharma, big tech, or any international groups which seek to supersede our American God granted inalienable rights. These groups are literally poisoning people and then turning around and saying you are better off for it. How can a group like that be trusted to provide any reliable information or policy guidance? The whole world gets N-95 masks in a time of crisis except Americans? And everything will be just fine and take backsies, nothing really to worry about? While over a billion humans, more than a tenth of the entire world population are on quarantine status right now? Who believes this nonsense?

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  3. Florida   March 12, 2020 at 7:08 pm

    I do not believe any of this charade!! There is no virus!! But, you can be sure there will be a vaccine for the pretend virus! And, we are all assured vaccines are safe! I am quite certain you will now not only be able to just get the yearly flu vaccine, but you will be able to get both the flu vaccine and the Coronavirus (the fake virus) vaccine at the same time. This is insane!!! The amount of people that believe this is just astounding to me!!!

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  4. J.M.   March 13, 2020 at 5:34 pm

    More hype than normal to panic the masses. This is like SARS, zika and other manufactured viruses. The “fact” that all these supposed famous (and imfamous) people are getting it is very suspicious. I don’t trust anyone on TV anymore, especially the hype. Don’t believe the hype. It’s an all out rights grab! They don’t want anyone to know the truth anymore, that’s why they’ve censored the search engines so thoroughly.

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  5. Long Vanelderen   March 16, 2020 at 2:01 pm

    Thank you https://thevaccinereaction.org for informing us!

    The world is having a hard time with this pandemic.

    However, there is hope, a guide that will be useful: http://bit.ly/coronavirus-survival-guide
    Good health to all!

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  6. Donni   March 19, 2020 at 10:04 pm

    How are they separating the Covid virus from the normal death rate? The pre-medical illness deaths and chronic sufferers, not to mention, murders, medical errors, chemo deaths, and natural causes for the very old? Are they lumping them all in together to come up with their virus statistics?

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