LOL. Incompetent before Trump and will be long after - just like the WHO.
Says a person who likely survived childhood because of them.
Is Google really that difficult for you?
And it's not my job to support your assertions.
testing that omits testing EVERYONE accomplishes nothing other than identifying people that have antibodies and can get on with their lives.
We don't have serology tests yet.
In any case I'm well aware of what people knowing their status would mean, it's still impractical. Or do you have some jenius idea on how 300 million tests will be run every day when we can't even get widespread, consistent testing off the ground?
No - those saying it have common sense and know a huge number of people have already had is and don't even know it yet.
Common sense is code for "bullschit".
Fact is we have shut down our country without knowing the true rates. I think that was a huge mistake.
Of course, you're a Trumper and to a Trumper $$$ means all.
Fact is we knew enough and acted appropriately based on the information in hand.
All you're looking for is a small number to then act as if it's no big deal. Because "common sense".
The overall mortality rate is critical as it shows how afraid the public should be. Becoming aware of it will 100% change the future projects and outcomes. You are living in fear and choose to remain ignorant. So be it.
No, I'm smart enough to know that knowing the overall rate will only tell us the overall rate. It won't effect the case fatality rate, new infection rate ect.
Knowing one is positive by serology might ease some of the economic impact but even if there are ten times more cases than we know of now we're still, at best, only talking about 1% of the US population as being immune.