Icelandic test results indicate that antiviral antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 did not decline within 4 months after diagnosis. We estimate that the risk of death from infection was 0.3% and that 44% of persons infected with SARS-CoV-2 in Iceland were not diagnosed by qPCR. The same qPCR test is used in Australia, could be that in reality Australian cases may be nearly double the number currently recorded? Read Article
Add suggestions, criticisms, and encouragement by commenting below.
Infections can be viral or bacterial. No one is deeply concerned with bacterial infection. Not only are there vaccinations against numerous bacterial infections (for example tuberculosis) there are also antibiotics to cure bacterial infections. Antibiotics can eliminate the bacterial infection in a matter of days. Sadly no such medicine is being widely prescribed to eliminate … Read more
The public is lectured that the virus does not discriminate and everyone is at serious risk, but death statistics do not support this. The highest age bracket for cases are those in their 20’s, yet not one death has been recorded in 20 year olds. We demand that age and sex data of persons hospitalised … Read more
Dans Plan? The plan is to suppress the virus as much as possible until a safe and effective vaccine becomes available. Which begs the question, what if a vaccine does not become available, and if it does, what restrictions will have to be lived with in the interim, and at what economic, personal, and social … Read more