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09 March 2020


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Larger data set. The bigger the data set, the better idea you can get about the actual death rate, what protocols work and what doesn't, vectors where the spread is happening etc. Is it 2% for everyone or 50% for people over 60 with chronic illness? Hard to know if you only test people who show up at the hospital. The more testing done is more data for epidemiologists to study the disease and develop protocols for future outbreaks of new viruses.


cortisone is a standard treatment for flu, and works well, consequently it was used in COVID but was found to make matters worse. Clinicians are told not to use it

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