Case counts and death tolls are "often misleading," one epidemiologist said, but China's informed early perceptions of the coronavirus.
Executive Summary: Two weeks ago we predicted that the U.S. death toll from COVID-19 would reach 20,000 by April 15th. The following article explains why. Article: I am furious and frustrated. Once the greatest country on the face of this planet, the United States is going hat in hand to China, begging
"No one would have anticipated that it would be this long," said American Benjamin Wilson, who has been in lockdown in Wuhan for more than two months.
On Feb. 27, two days after the first reported case of the coronavirus spreading inside a community in the United States, Candace Owens was underwhelmed. "Now we're all going to die from Coronavirus," she wrote sarcastically to her 2 million Twitter followers, blaming a "doomsday cult
Li Wenliang, the doctor in China who raised early awareness of the new coronavirus, died of the virus in February at 34. His death was shocking not only because of his role in publicizing the developing epidemic but also -- given that young people do not have a high risk of dying from Covid-19 -- because of his age.Is it possible that Dr. Li died because as a doctor who spent a lot of time around severely ill Covid-19 patients, he was infected with such a high dose? After all, though he was one of the first young health care workers to die after being exposed up close and frequently to the virus, he was unfortunately not the last.The importance of viral dose is being overlooked in...