America’s 1st Real Glimpse of COVID-19 INFECTIONS!

Well, it’s finally out.  A real Scientific Evaluation of the Real Number of COVID-19 INFECTIONS.

Does being couped-up at home in isolation make the Virus Infection Worse?  Does little moving around make it worse?  Well, ?

https://www.google.com/amp/s/abcnews.go.com/amp/Health/antibody-research-coronavirus-widespread/story%3fid=70206121

New Antibody Research of 3300 People.  And Holy Cow!  It’s Infection City Baby! Far more people got it, but their own immune system fixed them.  I guess that’s the best way to say it.  But I’m a nobody and I surely am not trying to get this wrong.

UP TO 4% MAY BE INFECTED!!!

4% in just One County. So let’s now assume 4% of the United States Population is NOW INFECTED!

And 4% of 328 million comes out to about 13 Million Americans are infected right now.

But that’s ONLY an estimation.  But THEY WERE INFECTED!  Not no more…

DON’T worry, these are all the ones who were infected and their own immune system BEAT THE VIRUS!  These are all the ones with Antibodies for fighting COVID-19.

Here’s a Great Read below-

https://www.paloaltoonline.com/news/2020/04/15/stanford-made-covid-19-tests-available-for-health-care-workers-now-its-considering-wider-distribution

Here’s an execouped-up in isolation Sanford’s newly unveiled serological test detects two types of antibody molecules: immunoglobulin M (IgM), which helps disable the virus and then vanishes from the bloodstream several weeks later, and immunoglobulin G (IgG), which develops later in the infection process and remains in the body for far longer, providing immunity. Unlike the PCR test, which measures whether someone has the virus, the antibody test also determines whether someone has had COVID-19 in the past.

The serological test that Stanford is providing for its health care workers is different from the test that Stanford researchers administered to thousands of volunteers earlier this month at three sites in different parts of Santa Clara County. That study, which aims to gauge the prevalence of virus infections in the county, is led by Eran Bendavid, an associate professor of medicine at Stanford.

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