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What is a Virus?
Scroll down for a thorough FAQ about Coronavirus and other viruses.
Arm yourself with information. Facts will set you free.
Decide for yourself if today's news stories are factual, or sheerly hyperbolic.
The answers to the questions below were all looked up on Google, then carefully cross-referenced with the CDC for quality control.
Here's what you should know about this thing called a Virus, and what you might also learn about the Left, which seems to be politicizing the Coronavirus.
My hope is that ALL business owners who were forced to close down or reduce their hours, as well as ALL employees and ALL patrons of those businesses, will REMEMBER this at voting time.
This page features Real Time photos of a very high traffic San Francisco neighborhood street. These photos were taken on Tuesday, March 17, 2020, around 12:30pm.
Shown above: A popular San Francisco restaurant at lunch hour.
1. How many types of viruses exist?
There are at least 320,000 types of viruses floating around.
2. What does a Virus do?
A virus can cause colds, flus, and flu-like symptoms.
3. How many people die of viruses each year?
According to the CDC, and average of about 56,000 people, worldwide, die from flu or flu-like symptoms each year.
4. How many people have died from coronavirus in the world this year?
As of March 16, 2020, coronavirus has killed about 7,100 people worldwide. Refer back to the statistic in question 3 and compare.
5. How many people have died from coronavirus in the USA this season?
As of March 16, 2020, coronavirus has killed 80 people in the United States. All of them were elderly and/or had preexisting health conditions. People with compromised immune systems (such as the elderly) are in danger if they catch ANY cold or flu virus.
Above and below: San Francisco's PRIME shopping district, at lunch hour.
6. Are all viruses contagious?
All viruses that cause flus and common colds are contagious.
7. What is the average death rate from seasonal flu?
The average death rate from seasonal flu is 0.1% (One Tenth of One Percent). This means the recovery rate for seasonal flu is 99.9%.
8. What is the average death rate from coronavirus?
The average death rate from coronavirus is 1.4% (of the people who are infected). This means that coronavirus has a recovery rate of 98.6%.
9. Why are so many businesses closing and why are American people being quarantined?
That would be anybody's guess. But we can determine from the above FACTS that there is NO "pandemic" and (correct me if I'm wrong but) there seems no REAL reason to panic.
10. What is wrong with the mainstream media?
One theory is that the whole AI bot revolution is still in its infancy, which could possibly be why all of today's "news" stories appear to have been written by 9-year-old girls.
Another theory is that the left-controlled media will politicize coronavirus at any cost, even if it forces the entire population of America out of their jobs.
Whatever the case may be, remember this at voting time.
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