Real Mortality Rate

There have now been 4 large antibody testing sets:

  • Santa Clara County
  • LA
  • U of Miami
  • 3. New York

There have been doubts about the way the Santa Clara study attracted participants, so if you want, discount it. The U of Miami study, however, really went the extra mile to ensure that the samples are random.

However, very single one of these studies shows that COVID mortality rates should be revised to 0.5% – 0.1%.

Every single one of them shows infection rates gigantically higher than anybody expected.

All of this is really good news. A lot fewer people will get hurt or die than we originally thought! Woo-hoo!

I don’t know what else needs to happen to dislodge from people’s brains the completely erroneous idea about the 3% mortality rate.

3 thoughts on “Real Mortality Rate”

  1. These studies are definitely showing the virus is not nearly as deadly as originally thought. However, not as much publicity has been given to them since good news doesn’t sell as well as bad news.

    Instead, CNN front page showing that people who get the virus may get it again because of that WHO report saying there is no evidence to prove otherwise. Little mention given that there is no evidence because no such study has been performed. It also goes contrary to every other coronavirus that has existed where humans successfully developed anti-bodies after getting it.

    There definitely is unnecessary fear mongering going on now.


    1. Exactly. People will go to extreme lengths to prove they were completely right in whatever they thought at the very beginning. As if making a mistake based on insufficient evidence were shameful.


  2. Respectfully, what were the accuracy and specificity of the tests involved, and also, which mortality is being spoken of – the infection fatality rate, or the case fatality rate? So far I’m unconvinced of any results coming in because the low infection rate muddies things quite a bit.


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