I agree.... corona is responsible for our failed math tests
Your process of judging the world based on the USA doesn't add up. So your calculation is flawed in that way
Bro, idgaf. Just stop stressing
hope corona kill me
tired of this life
There are more variables to consider, for example how many are left untreated, health services in specific country... maybe the same number of infected people in Japan would not result in the same amount of deaths as in China, so it's hard to point accurately how deadly the virus really is
I am more powerful than any flu
> Coronavirus have killed 1.3K when 64.xK is infected, that means Coronavirus have a death rate at 2.14%.
not sure if bait but reported just in case
due to forecast of BO3 coronavirus will kill 2/3 poulation if not the whole humanity
that is really bad research, you could also say coronavirus death rate outside asia is less than 0,4%... If you want accurate stats you need to find information for every country, because you know some countries have less or more infected people per year...
with my luck i would die if death rate would have 0.01%
this is really bad because you dont have medicine against corona.
Mortality rate in Wuhan was 4.9%.
Mortality rate in the Hubei Province was 3.1%.
Mortality rate nationwide was 2.1%.
Fatality rate in other provinces was 0.16%.
more than 80% are elderly over 60 years old, and more than 75% had underlying diseases present such as cardiovascular and cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and, in some cases, tumor.
Coronavirus death rate is higher than what you calculated because some of the infected will still die. Fatality rates can only be calculated for groups where everyone either recovered or died, if you include people that are still sick it's obviously incorrect.
And your flu rate is likely too low too as the US is a relatively rich and modern country, so more people die in poor countries.
Anyway, your general point that corona is worse than the flu is obviously still correct.
you aren't clearly defining flu, avian influenza? A or B? from which year?
We DON'T KNOW the death rate of the virus yet.
There are too many unknowns in play.
1. We don't know how many are actually infected. It is estimated we only know 10% of the cases - and that's even if China ISN'T fabricating numbers.
2. We don't know the actual number of deaths.
3. Incubation period can be extremely long 1 to 5 (previously thought to be the average) to 24 days before symptoms show. In half of that time, the virus is already capable of infecting others.
3.b Because the incubation period is 10 days longer than the previously thought 2 weeks, our quarantine measures for suspected-but-untested cases have effectively been inefficient.
4. Currently, 20% of the infected require ICU. The period patients stay in ICU and either recover, or die (which so far, is another 20% of the cases) is another 24 days.
5. There's a ridiculous amount of cases of people who have supposedly recovered, but have then been reinfected, or more likely: didn't truly recover.
6. It would appear to be very slick at spreading, having a R0 up to 12+ since it has now been confirmed it can be spread aerosolized. Meaning it is about as fucking infectious as the measles, and common seasonal flu with it's R0 of 1,3-1,4 is a fucking joke in comparison.
Thus, it can take up to 2 fucking months for the patients to show symptoms (24 days), fall into the state where they need intensive care (week), and THEN die or recover (another 24 days).
It has been less than a MONTH since we had only 45 confirmed cases.
The only silver lining here is that outside China, only 3 people have died and 87 have supposedly recovered. However, going by chinese cases, we can't be sure whether they have truly recovered, or can come back with a vengeance.
Also, it does have a name now: SARS-CoV-2 (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2).