Oddly enough - one of the most patently obvious and sensible statements I've seen - and I've seen it often.If the damn sick people would just stay home for 2 weeks, wouldn't this whole problem go away?
C) has been shown to be incorrect, just like a cold, natural antibodies from having had it dissipate fairly quickly, however it is believed the body will know how to correctly respond and not over react.Oddly enough - one of the most patently obvious and sensible statements I've seen - and I've seen it often.
Since it is not a hugely contagious disease - you'd think what we've been doing SHOULD have shut it down, shouldn't it?
It's been months.
I am sure it could be argued that the lockdowns haven't been 100% - but certainly they have been more restrictive than nothing - and what we STILL HAVE, in spite of it all, is deaths in nursing homes where the constraints are the MOST draconian.
I can only conclude a few things:
Because it either follows what we've been told -
- One is - you realistically can't stop it at all. I am not seeing significant differences between comparable situations in mortality. It is getting out there.
- Another is - we're just over labelling COVID. My mom died with COVID - which, due to her isolation clearly was caught at one of her many trips to the hospital - but she did not DIE of COVID. She had seizures often, and had a pacemaker. She died of a heart attack.
a) Can't live in air or sun for very long - not long on surfaces and
b) Has a hibernation period of about two weeks and
c) Persons do not appear to be able to carry or be re-infected once the body has anti-bodies
d) All of which points to a disease which is essentially rendered useless after two weeks of total quarantine.
Or - it's wrong. At least one if not all of those assumptions is wrong. Which says to me - we probably cannot contain it no matter what we do.
MILLIONS of positives and a fraction of THOSE leading to death spells - not extremely contagious and not dangerous to most people.
If THAT is the case, then it's like the body's response to opportunistic germs like pneumonia - which are always trying to attack the body but fail - until the immune system is weakened. And which makes almost all of us permanent carriers - unaffected but able to spread it.C) has been shown to be incorrect, just like a cold, natural antibodies from having had it dissipate fairly quickly, however it is believed the body will know how to correctly respond and not over react.